Learner Assessment and Text Design Strategies for Distance Education
Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 0710-4340
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)
Bernard, R.M. & Lundgren, K.M. (1994). Learner Assessment and Text Design Strategies for Distance Education. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 23(2), 133.
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