At UC Davis, there is a neat setup of a schizophrenic experience that tries to convey how that disorder manifests itself. I highly recommend the walk through: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Sedig/26/45/22
One way to create a learning experience for students is to present material in a sequence to be followed, especially with hands-on tasks to be accomplished. In that spirit, I set up five connected learning stations in the Learning Lab. As you can see in the image, there is a suggestion of walking from one station to the next, following the carpeted paths, although there are multiple directions to choose from, even if you put up clear steps to be followed–that mimicks the web experience of choosing your own path when presented with link choices.
What would you set up in those stations? Max Chatnoir has a series of stations on Genome island–in the sky in a vertical arrangement (right). These stations have a variety of science items/tasks to view and perform, read about, etc. But, what would you set up?