Teaching in SL
Over the years, I have been incorporating more and more technology into my chemistry classes. Here's a PP presentation I gave not that long ago. http://www.chem.tamu.edu/class/fyp/keeney/secondlife/Integrated%20Technology-its.ppt This fall (2010) will be my 3rd semester at trying to incorporate optional weekly review sessions into SL. Optional for a few reasons. (1) My classes are large; I teach two classes of about 250 students each, so obviously I cannot have everyone in SL at the same time. (2) I do have a few students under 18 - which is problematic. (3) Some students are very uncomfortable in SL. Here I'll be blogging about the trials/tribulations of encouraging students to get involved in SL. Here's the link to a video clip of a tour of my area: http://www.chem.tamu.edu/class/fyp/keeney/secondlife/drwendy-in-SL.mp4
Monday, July 12, 2010
atom 2 - C ** - 0.37217 2.19152 0.00000 0.00000 2 1 d 3 d
atom 3 - O ** - -0.18608 3.38867 0.00000 0.00000 1 2 d
Now hit the Save button and get out of edit mode.
The coordinates in the angle brackets set the spin (x,y,z) and the number sets the speed of the spin. Change the 1 (I have it bolded and in red) to 0.2, then hit save. The spin speed will be much nicer. Now, exit edit and right click on your rezzer box again to pick "Take" which will add it to your inventory.
Posted by Wendy at 3:54 PM