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One of the first things students usually want to do in Second Life is play with the appearance of their avatar. How much time have YOU spent changing YOUR appearance?
Navigating your avatar and using camera controls are crucial skills for getting around in Second Life. How comfortable are you with the movement and camera controls?
Communicating with students is key! Which communication tools have you used in Second Life?
Inventory management is the art of finding items in your cavernous inventory. How skilled are you at inventory management?
Besides walking and flying, teleporting and using the map are key skills for navigating the world of Second Life. How do you get around in Second Life?
Your profile helps people get to know who you are and what you like. How complete is your profile?
The Group feature in Second Life is used to communicate with many people at once. How comfortable are you with the Groups feature?
The "Search" button works like Google in Second Life. How do you use the "Search" feature?
Manipulating or creating objects in Second Life is a key skill for creating learning spaces. How comfortable are you using the Building/Editing tools in Second Life?
Though it isn't required, most instructors have a plot of land to hold classes. How comfortable are you with the land management tools in Second Life?
Finally, the best measure of how ready you are to teach in Second Life is to ask - how much time have you spent in Second Life?