This space is intended to introduce you to the work that we did from January 2008 to March 2009. At its heart, the Open Habitat project set out to explore how Multi User Virtual Environments (MUVEs) can be used in Higher Education. We collected an enormous amount of data working with art and design, and philosophy students. The data was collected from different sources, including surveys, blogposts and chatlogs, and the website reflects this diversity. The buttons above allow you to access some of the key outputs. To the right, the site has been organized into three sections relating to three areas of activity: teaching and learning, researching, and managing. If you are looking for a neat collation of our findings and experiences then download a copy of the Open Habitat magazine.
IntroductionWhat is Open Habitat?
LearningTeaching and Learning
ResearchingProject Thoughts and Ideas
ManagingManaging MUVE based activities
MUVE?What is an MUVE?
Not sure what and MUVE is? Just want to understand some basics on how to get started? Then this could be the link for you!