Upcoming feature: Virtual Private Grids

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Upcoming feature: Virtual Private Grids

Postby Ilan Tochner » Wed Jun 06, 2018 3:42 pm

We'll be adding the ability to host Virtual Private Grids on top of Kitely so that organizations will be able to control what their users do and who they can interact with. This will include having dedicated viewer login pages for the organizations using this new offering.

We expect this feature to be ready by September 1st.
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Re: Upcoming feature: Virtual Private Grids

Postby Brayla Sana » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:06 pm

I could see this as an option also for people who want to build a niche community but also would like to use Kitely's amazing technology!
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Re: Upcoming feature: Virtual Private Grids

Postby Eileen O'Connor » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:55 pm

Tears of joy :) :) :) . This will soooo strengthen my being about to go to K12 audiences. Presently at least 13 of my students have Kitely islands (I lose count; th over several years). We are LOVING the experience and the opportunities and are looking into hosting professional development and education conferences. They are graduate students and generally working with older audiences. This new type of option can let us move into K12 areas. And, other in Kitely can still have their own settings. This will be a wonderful option to those who are developing virtual worlds for minors. THANKS SO MUCH FOR ADVANCING HERE, ILAN. I am super eager to spread this info to my students who are developing their own islands. I have a number of academic publications relating to using open source options for educational development and I mention Kitely specifically but have had to have some reservations and reminders to educators about monitoring students. There will always be ways that kids can work around, but this will get us education developers out of having to be policing the basic entry. WONDERFUL NEWS - now maybe my daughter will let my grandchildren in too. eileen
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