v3 - July 30, 1996
The WWW VL: Educational Technology and VR: Daniel Schneider's huge long list of educational MUD applications, references, research, and related material. In my opinion, the best collection out there.
The Lost Library of MOO: Jerome McDonough's large collection of MOO-related documentation, papers and research. Acts as a mirror archive for lots of this material, too.
MOO Central: Jeffrey Galin's descriptive listings of a variety of educational MOOs (and other MU*s), arranged by category.
BOB(c)'s MOOGate: A very comprehensive MOO-only collection of sites, descriptions and addresses.
Amberyl's MUD Resource Collection: A very thorough archive, broken into intelligent categories: FAQs, research, MUD lists, WWW sites, FTP archives.
Amy Bruckman's (MIT) homepage: Pointers to papers on MediaMOO, MOOSE Crossing, and more.
Diversity University: The leading MOO-based higher education project. Contains many pointers to sub-pages and projects.
Composition in Cyberspace homepage -- from Diversity University, looks at the use of MOOs and Internet resources for English Composition.
MOO-Ed Mailing List Archive: A low-traffic list devoted to the discussion of MOOs in education.
Athena University: A Virtual Online University (VOU) project developing what they call "Virtual Educational Environment".
MOOOISE: Educational MOO prototype from OISE
Courses That Use Virtual Technology in Teaching -- from the University of Pennsylvania, Susan Garfinkel's list of PennMOO courses. With pointers to other sites as well.
CWRL MUSH and MOO Page -- from the Creative Writing Research Lab at the U of Texas, Austin, a great collection of reference materials on building and designing virtual environments.
The Alliance for Computers and Writing hosted by Texas Technical University.
Pueblo Global Learning Collaboratory: A long-term partnership between Longview Elementary School and Phoenix College. Originally called MariMUSE.
MOOSE Crossing: Amy Bruckman's latest work.
SchoolNet MOO: A Canadian project.
The WWW VL: Educational Technology and VR
MOO-Cows FAQ: Administrative and technical information from the MOO-Cows mailing list.
MOO-Cows Mailing List Archive: Six years' worth. More than you can ever possibly read.
Moo-Calves Home Page: MOO-Cows for non-gurus.
Xerox PARC's LambdaMOO FTP archive: The source.
LambdaMOO ArchWiz FAQ: A brief document invaluable in getting a MOO up and running.
Upgrading LambdaCore to 1.8.0: Slayer's step by step edits to the LambdaCore to make it work with the 1.8 server.
JaysHouseMOO Core Archive: The JaysHouse core db and related information.
MacGoesMOO Home Page: An excellent port of LambdaMOO to the Macintosh.
MOO Web Core Documentation: from the AstroVR project at JPL/Caltech.
The Sprawl: A leading force in WWW-MOO/multimedia connection. Set up on a series of distributed servers.
The ChibaMOO Papers: A collection of materials relating to the Sprawl and WWW-MOO interaction in general.
Pueblo Client FAQ: A multimedia-enhanced MUD client for MSWindows.
ANSImoo: A core db designed to handle ANSI escape sequences: colour and whatnot.
Amy Bruckman's (MIT) ftp archive: A wealth of original material on MediaMOO, MOOSE Crossing, and MOOs and MUDding in general.
MediaMOO: Amy Bruckman's MOO for Media researchers.
The Netoric Project: a MediaMOO live weekly conference on computer-assisted writing.
Mudding: Social Phenomena in Text-Based Virtual Realities: Pavel Curtis' excellent introduction to the concepts.
A Rape in Cyberspace: "How an Evil Clown, a Haitian Trickster Spirit, Two Wizards, and a Cast of Dozens Turned a Database Into a Society" Julian Dibbell's excellent account of how the "Mr. Bungle" episode spawned the development of an internal judicial system in LambdaMOO. Originally published in the Village Voice, December 23, 1993.
MUDs in Education: New Environments, New Pedagogies by Tari Lin Fanderclai.
The Common Place MOO: Orality and Literacy in Virtual Reality: Don Langham takes on Michael Heim and others on issues of community, communication, and Plato.
The Real Pleasure of the Virtual: Paul Dever and Jane Love on MOOing, education, and origami. Priceless.
A Hypertext History of Multi-User Dimensions: Lauren Burka's annotated history of MUDs.
What's an Agent, Anyway? A Sociological Case Study: Lenny Foner's (MIT) discussion of "Julia" a TinyMUD 'bot.
Living Inside the (Operating) System (draft): John Unsworth's analysis of MOO, UNIX, and political economy.
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