The first tutorial looks at how to open the inventory and create a new folder within it.
The second tutorial looks at how to create new notecards for sharing text and activties. This for me is one of the prime sources of deliveing materials to students as the text on Notecards is much clearer easier to read and manipulate than text on textures, so I find this a key function to enable effective teaching within Second Life.
The third tutorial looks at how to find things within the inventory by using the search. This can help to overcome what can be quite a frustrating problem.
The forth and final tutorial in this set looks at how to clear up the inventory and delete some of the multiple instances. Keewping your inventory under control can help make it easier to find things and also speed up your avatar when you log in to Second Life, as there will be less inventory items to download.
If you are new to or haven't tried Second Life yet, then I hope you find these videos useful and they encourage you to try it out. The videos were originally commissioned by The Consultants-E and are part of an introductory course for teachers they deliver on Edunation Island II and are used with their kind consent. You can access all the tutorials on my YouTube channel here:
My other postings on Second Life and virtual worlds
- Materials design for Virtual Worlds
- Teaching English in Second Life
- Second Life Teacher Training Videos
- Looking at There.com
- Machinima with Moviestorm
- 3B Village 3D browser