2010 Linden Prize
For the second year in a row Skoolaborate has made the top ten list for the Linden Prize. “The wait is finally over! After receiving over 130 applications in January, the field has been narrowed to ten projects that we feel exemplify the criteria of the Linden Prize”. Adam Blondin (Linden Lab)
At Skoolaborate are particularly delighted to make the finals as we are representing K – 12 education. A quick look through the quality of finalists below explains just how well Skoolaborate and it’s partners have done.
The 10 finalists for the 2010 Linden Prize, listed in alphabetical order of organization name.
1)The Power of Story: Karuna and the Uncle D Story Quest
Submitted by: Jenaia Morane and Marty Snowpaw and Lorelei Junot from the Karuna Project from the Alliance Library System
2) The Library and Archives at NASA CoLab in Second Life
Submitted by: Archivist Llewellyn from NASA’s CoLab
3) The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life
Submitted by: Glitteractica Cookie from Nonprofit Commons
4) Open University: A Third Place in Second Life
Submitted by: Elsa Dickins from The Open University in Virtual Worlds
Submitted by: Moriz Gupte from Play2Train
6) sionChicken and sionCorn
Submitted by: Sion Zaius
7) Skoolaborate: Engaging all Students for Learning
Submitted by: Westley Streeter from Skoolaborate
8) The Tech Virtual Museum Workshop
Submitted by: Agent Heliosense from Tech Virtual
9) Teaching, Research, Art, Architecture: The University of Western Australia (UWA)
Submitted by: Jayjay Zifanwe from the University of Western Australia
10) Virtual Helping Hands
Submitted by: Saxet Uralia from Virtual Helping Hands
Visit Linden’s blog to learn more about each of the 10 finalists. Paired with short videos produced by TreetTV, the blogs gives a brief description of each project and what makes them unique. Links and SLurls will be provided so that everyone can learn more and find ways to get involved.