CVL News: Summer Exhibit in Second Life

VCARA Blog

Published: July 20, 2016

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.

Visit the Community Virtual Library (CVL) in Second Life! SL URL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bradley%20University/57/114/27

The CVL 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. Several VCARA members have presentations on display, and Alyse Dunavant-Jones (alysedunavantjones in SL) will present a VCARA overview.

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. Pull out your summer attire and join the fun!


VCARA is a proud Community Virtual Library affiliate! The CVL is a non-profit organization that supports the entire Second Life community. It also supports the iSchool and other information science education programs by offering a virtual reference desk to help students navigate the virtual landscape; digital networking opportunities; volunteer opportunities; and exhibit, presentation, and meeting spaces.

For more information, message Valerie Hill (SL: Valibrarian Gregg), CVL President in Second Life. Or email Dr. Pat Franks, VCARA Administrator.

 

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