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Effects of Text Illustrations: A Review of Research
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ECTAJTRD Volume 30, Number 4, ISSN 0148-5806

Abstract

Reviews results of 55 experiments comparing learning from illustrated text and learning from text alone. Research in closely related fields–nonrepresentational pictures (maps, diagrams, graphic organizers), learner-produced drawings, mental imagery, and oral prose–is also examined, and guidelines for practice are offered. A 160-item reference list is appended. (EJS)

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Levie, W.H. & Lentz, R. (1982). Effects of Text Illustrations: A Review of Research. Educational Communication and Technology: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Development, 30(4), 195-232. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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