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Debra Kayser

Assistant Dean and Instructor

Sheridan College

HQ Phone:  (307) 674-6446

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Sheridan College

3059 Coffeen Ave

Sheridan, Wyoming,82801

United States

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StartWest

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I thought this was an interesting coda to the recent presentation on SecondLife by Debra Kayser of Sheridan College:
TOKYO (AFP) â€" A paralysed man using only his brain waves has been able to manipulate a virtual Internet character, Japanese researchers said Monday, calling it a world first. The 41-year-old patient used his imagination to make his character take a walk and chat to another virtual person on the popular Second Life website.


StartWest » Technology News

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I thought this was an interesting coda to the recent presentation on SecondLife by Debra Kayser of Sheridan College: TOKYO (AFP) â€" A paralysed man using only his brain waves has been able to manipulate a virtual Internet character, Japanese ...


StartWest » Blog Archive » Intriguing use for SecondLife technology

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I thought this was an interesting coda to the recent presentation on SecondLife by Debra Kayser of Sheridan College:
TOKYO (AFP) - A paralysed man using only his brain waves has been able to manipulate a virtual Internet character, Japanese researchers said Monday, calling it a world first. he 41-year-old patient used his imagination to make his character take a walk and chat to another virtual person on the popular Second Life website.


StartWest » 2008 » June

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I thought this was an interesting coda to the recent presentation on SecondLife by Debra Kayser of Sheridan College: TOKYO (AFP) - A paralysed man using only his brain waves has been able to manipulate a virtual Internet character, Japanese ...


Capella | Capella Times

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Debra Kayser, PhD learner in the School of Education, was named 2004 Teacher of the Year by the Wyoming Business Education Association.Kayser has taught computer science at Sheridan College, Sheridan, WY, for 14 years.


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