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Opening graphic
s
:




(conference site)



00:00

Opening title: NCCHC
Conference

<narration>

Who: Introduce keynote
speaker

-

back ground,
connection to NCCHC,
Corrections Nursing,
Awards,
certifications
…connection
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Y湡牲a瑩潮o†††††

p灥a步爠楮r漺

Who is it about?:


2

Oh the places we’ll go:




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呯灩T㨠Wf湴牯㨠⁄楳nance
䕤畣a瑩潮

Y湡牲a瑩潮o
†††††

†††††

†††††
“You will come to a
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扯瑨by潵⁥汢潷la湤⁣桩渡


䑯ay潵⁤a牥⁴漠獴ay畴
䑲⸠Ke畳猠
⠱㤹E)


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(Long hall)

Do you dare to go in?


How much c
an you lose?
How much can you win?”

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a


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⠿⁦汩瀠 楥i?)

〰㨳M

†††
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䵕j䔯b業畬慴楯渺
摥晩湩瑩潮o


Y湡牲a瑩潮o†

†††

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m潲oi

周畳Ⱐ獨T汬 y潵og漠瑯o
瑨攠
stars on the wings of pigs…


What is it
:


2
b

Roller Coaster
:




00:45


<narration>




if you’re willing to get on,
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you



What happened
:

past

Seifert, K. (2012)


Excerpt from ‘
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’ by jhhwild.

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2
c

Outer World to Inner World (morph):





(second life house patio)

00:55


What is happening: present






What may happen: future

(
Michio Kaku,
2012)

3

Star Trek

Online
: To Boldly Go
:



01:00


Where: Virtual Reality:
examples

< holodeck>

Where can it take place?


3
a

DDO
:





Where can it take place?:

3
c

Wizard101/Pirates101
:






Where can it take place?:

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3
d

SW
T
OR
:





Where can it take place?:

3
e

Second Life:



01:30

world, avatars,
University
campuses, projects
, students
faculty

Who:
Players

4

MUVE/Simulation:

SL sites 4 Education:

02:00

Where: Virtual Reality:
examples

Where can it take place?:




When:
Synchronous/Asynchronous

(office hours)

When can

it taking place?:









Why: Need:


Safety Matters



Costs of Onsite
Simulation


Why can it happen?:


SIRC

Laerdal



03:00

Who: Corrections Nurses

Who is it about?:


ANA definition

New text: ‘Essentials of
Correctional Nursing’


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(opening book)
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hovercam

5



How:

How can it happen?

6


06:00


Avatars/Simulations

Conferences:

INASCL 2013

ISTE 2013




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