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Offline h2cm

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Hello everyone

Happy new year - I've just posted about Hodges' model on the Educational approaches, systems and thinkers thread.

In addition to the introduction you may find the links listing on the SCIENCES knowledge domain of relevance...?

http://www.p-jones.demon.co.uk/linksTwo.htm

- if you scroll down you will find VIRTUAL REALITY, DIAGRAMS and VISUALIZATION.....

The INTRA-INTERPERSONAL links include HCI, accessibility:

http://www.p-jones.demon.co.uk/links.htm

Many years ago I wrote a story about VR in nursing (I know it looks dated now!):

http://www.p-jones.demon.co.uk/Introvrn.htm

I have often thought about creating a community in second life devoted to h2cm, but time!!!

I am learning DRUPAL and would also love to tackle Ruby and Ruby on Rails....

All the best with your VRventure.

Peter
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Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model
http://hodges-model.blogspot.com/
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Hello, welcome to Schome :)
On hiatus until further notice. Will be checking in occasionally.

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Hi Peter, welcome to Schome, I'm sure you'll find this topic full of people saying hello in no time lol

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Hi Peter, welcome to the Schommunity.

I had a quick look at the Hodges' Health Career Model - love the focus on context - which fits well with my own view about the situated and socially determined nature of things ...

I think that SL has lots of potential to support folk who are socially isolated - which might for example include folk who are spend prolonged periods in hospital (and are cut off both from their own real world social networks and from other folk who have similar 'conditions' to themselves). Might also be of benefit to folk who find face to face interactions difficult - for example because of their physical appearance (people focussing on/responding to their superficial appearance) or cos of difficulties such as Aspergers. Just a hunch ...

Looking forward to talking with you further ...

PeterT