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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Into Group Discussion? Check Out What’s Being Talked About in Second Life this Week.

What are Discussion Groups?
Group discussions are conferences with participants who agree on a variety of topics and have something to share with others.  An exchange of ideas and information can be very helpful in providing a group with different perspectives, helping  solve problems and learn new things.  Group Discussions are very popular on the internet with the use of forums and are often practiced in Colleges.  In Second Life, the ability to use voice chat and come together in avatar form from all over the world, creates a realistic atmosphere for all who participate on a global scale.
Below is a list of discussions available this week.

Weekly Discussion on Aging at UTMB Island Alpha
Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 
Time: 10:00-10:45 am slt
Curator: Rodger Markova
Info: This discussion is about topics in health care for the elderly.
This is an activity of the East Texas Geriatric Education Center at the University of Texas Medical Branch. The host is Dr. Rodger Marion (SL: Rodger Markova). Transcripts of the discussion are posted on the blog under Comments.

What is Calvinism? Are you a Skeptic searching for some kind of Truth?
Date:  Wednesday, March 27, 2013
(Meetings are regularly held on Wednesdays at 3pm slt)
Time: 3:00 pm SLT
Curator: Diana Herberg
Info: John Calvin lived from 1509 to 1564, and followers of the theology he represented are often referred to as Reformed or Calvinist.  We will take a look at this flavor of Christian theology and contrast it with others. (30 Minutes)   Participants can use the question machine to ask anonymously.

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