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School of History & Politics
The University of Adelaide
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Digital Humanities Project

This site is a resource for Australian academics in the Humanities who are considering using a virtual environment as a learning and teaching tool. This project is supported by an Australian Learning and Teaching Council grant entitled 'Getting A MUVE On: Developing Web 2.0 Curricula in the Australian Humanities' It has two aims:

  1. To model and develop contemporary Humanities curricular to meet the needs of today’s students, teachers and universities.
  2. To provide a resource for teachers interested in adapting or developing Humanities courses to include a virtual environment who are often faced with questions such as:
    • Which virtual world should I choose?
    • What kind of resources and support can I draw upon and how do I find them?
    • What kind of problems might I encounter?

All information and documents on this site are freely available for direct use or, better, for adaptation to your context. We do request, however, that you inform us about your evaluation of the use of any of the materials and provide any word documents that you have modified so that we may add them to this site for the benefit of all. The re-development of this site was enabled by an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Grant.

 Creative Commons License

Unless otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Australia Licence.

Australian Learning & Teaching Council

Support for this project website was provided by The Australian Learning and Teaching Council, an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. The views expressed in the project do not necessarily reflect the views of The Australian Learning and Teaching Council.


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Georgian Facade

Georgian Facade
The students are able to visit buildings like this in Second Life as part of an educational experience.