There is a log of the text chat from the event at http://www.slideshare.net/sheilawebber/chatlog-19-june-v1 (the presentations used voice, but there were transcribers text chatting key points for each speaker, and the text chat also reflects discussion).
A set of pictures of the event in Second Life on 19 June can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/23396182@N00/sets/72157624252095321/
The speakers were as follows:
Peggy Sheehy/ (SL name: Maggie Marat) “I'm not good at Math but my avatar is” (her website is at http://web.mac.com/peggysheehy/MetaVersEd_/Welcome.html
You can see Peggy Sheehy's slides on Slideshare.
Body Image and on Exploring identity.
The second speaker was Rebecca Black (SL: Starseed Sodwind) “Early Childhood Literacy in Virtual Worlds.” Her website is at http://www.gse.uci.edu/person/black_r/black_r_bio.php and the text which was transcribed in the event chatlog mostly uses a text that she provided.
The third speaker was Constance Steinkuehler (SL: Constance Carnot) "Virtual worlds at the nexus of a constellation of literacy practice." Her websites are http://www.constances.org and http://www.popcosmo.org. At the moment if you go to the conference venue (you need a SL avatar and the SL browser installed on your computer) at http://slurl.com/secondlife/Infolit%20iSchool/169/173/22 you can look through Constance Steinkuehler's presentation on the presentation board, and you can also pick up the conference pack (including a set of virtual clothes with the seminar logos).
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