Francisco V. Jumawan, M.Ed.
University of Hawaii
I am a second year Educational Technology Doctoral Student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and am currently a Research Graduate Assistant at Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG). I am originally from Wahiawa, Hawaii and my research interests include preventative health, exercise physiology, mobile learning, online learning communities and augmented reality.
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- V-Tenn Virtual Tennis in Second Life (SL)
V-Tenn is a virtual sim that provides a variety of information accompanied by virtual simulations for tennis beginners to learn about the basic game of tennis. V-Tenn stands for ‘virtual tennis’, combining the virtual world elements of Second Life (SL) and instructional design. By offering an immersive learning environment, the participant will learn about tennis in various sections of the simulation.
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