Virtual worlds, virtual archives, avatars, and more ... mark your calendar for these fun events!
Newbies and veterans alike can find helpful resources at the VCARA Student Resource Center on iSchool Island in Second Life.
A visit to the VCARA Village on iSchool Island in Second Life is an escape to a special oasis where imagination prevails and deadlines don't exist.
VCARA has officially kicked off for fall 2016! Join us for tours, networking, freebies, and other resources.
VCARA offers many ways to participate, and anyone with an Internet connection can access our webcast recordings and follow us through social media to discover the virtual worlds and online learning research and events we share.
But for those wishing to immerse themselves in VCARA and virtual worlds, this post offers a step-by-step guide on taking your first steps.
In Fall 2016, CVL will present an exhibit of virtual worlds art work from artists in virtual worlds including Second Life, Kitely, Inworldz, and Opensim.
Contact Valibrarian Gregg in Second Life for a space at the exhibit area. All displays should be set up by Friday, September 9, 2016.
Find VCARA on your favorite social media networks to keep up with our latest news and events!
If you've encountered VCARA, you've likely encountered an alluring visage by the name Mnemosyne Seminario (pron. NEM-AWS-uh-NEE SE-mi-NAH-ree-OH).
Who is this mysterious woman, and how did she come to represent VCARA?
The Community Virtual Library (CVL) in Second Life is wrapping up their "Libraries and Librarians in Virtual Worlds" summer exhibit with two live events.
Join CVL (and VCARA members) on Saturday, July 30th, 2016 @ 9am SLT (Pacific) for the summer exhibit grand finale. The final CVL summer exhibit celebration on August 2, 2016 @ 6pm SLT (Pacific) will have a "summer time" theme and a CVL tour that highlights how CVL collaborates with virtual communities.
The latest VCARA publication, Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums, and Libraries is available for pre-order.
SJSU's King Library has other "virtual worlds" titles, electronic and in print, available to SJSU students and staff.