These days, what can't be accomplished in real life is likely doable in Second Life. The virtual world even allows for study abroad.
According to an article in The Christian Science Monitor, several universities and even the U.S. Department of State are using Second Life to spread culture and experience to people who can't afford pricey semesters overseas. This year, Ohio University noticed that its virtual campus was party to many visitors from around the world. The foreign students interacted with the campus' avatars in an attempt to learn more about American culture.
Most notably, the idea … Read more