Am curious in what ways WUaS students will be able to attend Harvard or Stanford (or Cambridge, Yale or Reed College) in a 3D interactive-film realistic virtual Google Earth while matriculated, beyond possibly being able to take courses in specific classrooms at these places, with specific professors.
And in what ways will people be able to add their family photos and videos, etc., to such a virtual earth - made by Google Earth for one - to their historical virtual houses in different decades of their lives - especially vis-a-vis http://www.familytreemaker.com or something as good and similar in Wikipedia related wiki software?
And in what ways will we be able to go back to Harbin Hot Springs in the 1970s, virtually, for example, in a Google-made virtual Harbin?
Himalayan Quail (Ophrysia superciliosa): Just "walked" ~ 'arrowed' on my computer keyboard ~ down the Harbin road from the Harbin Gatehouse to the new Middletown Library, Google Earth - great - just updated toward interactive movie realism and as virtual Harbin ethnographic field site, See, too, this interesting Lego-virtual world development re the actual and the virtual, an important aspect of my Harbin ethnographic book manuscript ... Some field notes from walking down the Harbin Springs road from the Harbin gate in the newly updated Google Earth, Harbin field notes in this blog ... free, re Harbin field work, more research is needed to reiterate an academic cliche ... When will these Google Earth tiled photos become film realistic, live, 3D and interactive?, Just "flew" above ~ clicking on satellite view in Google Earth ~ Harbin Hot Springs ... Harbin HCC 40th Anniversary pamphlethttp://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2015/06/himalayan-quail-ophrysia-superciliosa.html
In what ways, too, will WUaS students be able to take courses with Harvard or Stanford faculty, and create an online connected learning community with Harvard or Stanford undergraduates from all around the world, first in English?