SLENZ Project Development Roadmap

Much of my time over the last few weeks has been concerned with attempting to bring together disparate needs and views into a workable process for the development of a learning experience which is primarily but not completely delivered in Second Life. The process has been tough at times! but then the task is complex and there is very little previous experience or best practice reports to draw on.

Our literature review highlighted the need for good documentation and well considered design of the learning activity as well as the need for the technical development to be ‘agile’ in its approach. I will be posting the final outcome of our various discussions on here over the next few days (weeks!) and start with the document we are calling the Devleopment Roadmap which sets out the basic processes and documentation as we currently view them. The document is not yet complete by any means and I welcome any and all comments on it!

I am going to post each section as a separate posting to make it easier for you to comment on it! I am always hopeful *grins!

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 New Zealand License.

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3 responses to “SLENZ Project Development Roadmap

  1. I’ve just found the SLENZ project and your blog – what a great resource! I hope to meet you inworld soon and to make links with the Tasmanian Polytechnic in SL 🙂

  2. Just for the sake of documentation – though I am a bit emberessed to be the one doing it, here is a post I wrote that relates to the work Clare is doing now.

  3. arwennastardust

    Thanks Leigh, your posting and subsequent discussuions were certainly a useful contribution to the development of the roadmap.

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