Victoria School, Singapore has won the CHAMPIONSHIP for National Infocomm Club Awards organised annually by Info-communications Development Authority of Singapore for innovative ICT school projects in Singapore. Under the training and tutorage of Open Systems Innovation (OSI) Singapore, Victoria School has been using Wonderland to introduce 3D virtual worlds and providing tutorials for the students on creating and building their own virtual worlds with Wonderland.Under the training and tutorage of Open Systems Innovation (OSI) Singapore, Victoria School has been using Wonderland to introduce 3D virtual worlds and providing tutorials for the students on creating and building their own virtual worlds with Wonderland. OSI has taught over 1000 students at high School level on Wonderland.
Today it was announced by the IDA of Singapore that Victoria School who has adopted Wonderland for Infocomm Club, designed and developed a virtual space for Youth Olympics which will be held in Singapore during August 2010. The YOG world is designed as an information and collaboration site for the visiting Athletes and Officials to meet socially leave messages (post it notes) as well as have meetings in the world. Open Systems Innovation is further developing their involvement with Wonderland and Education with developing Lab Sessions in the 3D world for students as individuals or groups, as well as tutorials (involving the teacher) these will be in subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and will follow the GCE 'O' Level curriculum. Used extensively in Europe Asia and Australia, these Lab sessions are being developed with pedagogy experts from various schools and National Institute of Education (NIE) and they will be developed with Wonderland 0.5.