Imagine There’s No Countries . . .

Considering the Possibility and Practice of Global Citizenship

Virtual Citizenship

Posted by bklunk on January 30, 2009

One of the interesting discussions about global citizenship is whether real citizenship requires the possiblity of face-to-face contact.  The possibility of interacting in virtual environments offers one way of imagining citizenship on a broader scale, but some doubt that interacting avatars would provide the same substantive communication.  Here is a short video about our Second Life campus.

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