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|Thoughts on Virtual Worlds
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|Presenting Author Affiliation
|Virginia Tech, Fish and Wildlife Conservation
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|teaching, virtual worlds, principles, conservation, management
|Type of Presentation
The coronavirus pandemic forced us to consider how we do everything when sheltered in place. The post-coronavirus world will include more opportunities to explore virtual worlds that replace face-to-face interactions with some technological fix. I describe principles and practices of online teaching and suggest that these principles of Pandemic Online Teaching will apply to the world of fish conservation and management. I encourage all listeners to consider opportunities to learn and grow during the pandemic. I conclude with a call to explore the potential of virtual communities that can work at the interface between government and the fishing communities.