Cultural Heritage in Second Life, or CHiSL was created to highlight the efforts to communicate cultural heritage through the medium of Second Life.  We are a loose consortium of Second Life islands, institutions, and individuals, bringing history, geography, and archaeology into the virtual world.  Please contact Colleen Morgan for more information.


Colleen Morgan (SL: Clementine Glass)
University of California, Berkeley

Ruth Tringham, Ph.D. (SL: Ruth Galileo)
University of California, Berkeley

Tristan Saeed

Canadensis Yellowjacket

Ulysse Alexandre

Gardenia Devin


One comment

  1. Hello,

    I am currently working on a degree dissertation at Anglia Ruskin University (UK) involving the presentation of cultural heritage via on-line, 3D environments. I have chosen Second Life as the prime example and, consequently, came across this page via a web search. As a former field archaeologist of some 20 years, an enthusiastic supporter of technology and (of course) a student, I am keen to hear of your experiences.

    If you can spare the time to chat (either via email or ‘in-world’) then that would be great.

    All the best,

    Stephen Nicolay

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