Here is a list, in alphabetic order, of education-related Wonderland projects.
- Birmingham City University (UK):COMSLIVE Project. (http://comslive.health.bcu.ac.uk/) Using Wonderland to enhance communication and team working skills within health care students.
- Boston College: Using Project Wonderland to teach computer graphics, Java programming, and virtual world construction techniques to students. Contact: Aaron Walsh
- Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain): WonderOSC module to control an avatar using external devices, such as SunSpots, via the OSC protocol.
- Georgia Tech: Developing a mixed-reality team room in conjunction with the furniture-maker, Steelcase. Clearworlds project involves a mixed-reality whiteboard. Contact: Blair MacIntyre
- Kasetsart University (Thailand): Buddhist studies virtual world .
- Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Engineering & Architecture: Virtual Enterprise Lab maps the real Enterprise Lab in a virtual world with Open Wonderland.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): TEALSim 3D physics visualization tool integration for teaching concepts of electromagnetism. Force on a Dipole initial project. Contact: John Belcher
- MOFET Institute (Israel): Using Wonderland to enable Israeli and Palestine youth the engage in non-violent discussions and collaborative events via the virtual world.
- Nanjing University, China: General Particle System http://wlandparticles.sourceforge.net/ and XLand http://osum.sun.com/group/moesun/forum/topic/show?id=2181626:Topic:1510781; http://kenai.com/projects/x-land
- Ngee Ann Polytech (Singapore): Virtual Warehouse to teach inventory and auditing procedures.
- Roxbury Institute of Technology: Using Wonderland to provide education to incarcerated learners, and drop-outs, who can't (or won't) attend classes at a physical campus. http://roxburyinstituteoftechnology.org/newRIT/
- St. Paul College: Virtual Northstar - virtual world development. Testing City Block and NPC Modules Contact: Warren Sheaffer
- Stanford University: Integrated CMU's educational programming environment (Alice 3) such that kids can drop Alice files into Wonderland to share their animations. CMU Module Contact: Kevin Montag
- SUNY Binghamton: Using Wonderland as the basis for eLeadership studies. Contact: Surinder Kahal
- Temasek Polytechnic: Using Wonderland in the context of game and virtual world design. Contact: Douglas Finnigan
- University of Aizu (Japan): Using Wonderland to research the potential for conveying natural human emotions in virtual environments; also creating music libraries in Wonderland that enable cultural exchange through the sharing of indigenous music within virtual worlds. Contact: Professor Michael Cohen (http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/~mcohen/)
- University of Bradford: Dynamic simulation project, starting with an electrical simulation scenario. Contact: Carl Joki
- University of Essex: JISC SIMiLE project - using Wonderland for language learning - simulating culturally sensitive language learning activities. Contact Michael Gardner
- University of Essex and University of Athens: EU FP7 funded +Spaces project in conjunction with IBM and others. Contact Michael Gardner
- University of Indiana: Using Wonderland to study the concept of "presence" in distributed collaboration. Contact: Anne Massey
- University of Missouri: iSocial research project to develop and test a learning environment for youth with autism spectrum disorders to develop social competency. Also iSight Camera Streaming
- University of Oregon: Studying Wonderland use in business settings. Contact: Jonathon Richter
- University of Portsmouth and CESI: Interreg funded collaborative project to explore the use of a 3d virtual environment in the study of science using a Problem Based Learning (PBL) approach to deliver the content to the students. (http://www.scienceinwonderland.eu/)
- Univeristy of Stuttgart: Project Lila (http://www.lila-project.org/), Dr. Thomas Richter
- University of West Indies (Jamaica): Virtual Spectroscopy Lab. Prof. Robert J. Lancashire, The Department of Chemistry (rjlanc on forum) http://wwwchem.uwimona.edu.jm/WL/
- University of Zurich: ShangAI Lectures, multi-country AI lecture series.
- Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland: Using Open Wonderland to teach software engineering skills through Gaming theories and Cognitive Apprenticeship. PhD research project by Josmas Flores
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