Bruce L. Mann
February 23, 2009
WILEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, Volume 1, pp. 583-592, Benjamin W. Wah, ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2009
Computer-aided instruction, more often referred to as computer-assisted instruction or CAI, often means different things to different people. An active CAI developer will design a project based on a preferred method or guideline. The guideline can usually be associated with a particular definition of multimedia learning. All but one guideline relies for support on impact studies alone, testing users immediately after the treatment. Alternatively, the SSF model is based on studies conducted on attentional memory in adults and children measuring their performance over several weeks. Eight conclusions can be drawn from this discussion, one for each design guideline.
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Keywords: CAI, multimedia learning, SSF modelAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 23, 2012
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