For the second day, I visited NOVA Alexandria Campus. In the campus, I met other teaching staffs, Dr. Ali Soleymani, Dr. Margaret Leary and Mr. Stephen Ward. Dr. Soleymani is a professor in Information Technology. He teaches Databases. Dr. Leary is a professor in Information Technology. She teaches Network Security Layers, and CISSP Preparation. She is also a CyberWatch Co-Director for Professional Development. CyberWatch is an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center, funded by the National Science Foundation and located at Prince George’s Community College. The CyberWatch mission is to improve both the quantity and the quality of the nation’s information assurance workforce. CyberWatch works as a consortium of over 50 higher education member institutions, plus more than 30 partner organizations in industry and in government. Mr. Ward is an assistant professor in Information Technology. He teaches Network Communication, Security & Authentication.From her desk and laptop in her office, Dr. Leary demonstrated how she managed the examination live from online and distance programs. Together with Mr. Ward, I watched how her student gave a presentation for the assignment by online and by using software called SecondLife. Second Life is an online virtual world. A number of free client programs, or Viewers enable Second Life users to interact with each other through avatars. Avatars can explore the world, meet other residents, socialize, participate in individual and group activities, and create and trade virtual property and services with one another. Second Life is intended for people aged 16 and over.