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Learner Assessment and Text Design Strategies for Distance Education
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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 0710-4340

Abstract

Describes three learner assessment strategies and their possible effects on text design strategies for distance education materials. Prior knowledge, reading ability and text readability, and learning styles are examined; learner characteristics and potential instructional strategies are discussed; and the relationship of learning styles to learning strategies is considered. (Contains 33 references.) (LRW)

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Bernard, R.M. & Lundgren, K.M. (1994). Learner Assessment and Text Design Strategies for Distance Education. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 23(2), 133. Retrieved April 19, 2019 from .

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