Engagement as a Design Concept for Multimedia
Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0710-4340
Describes how an understanding of "engagement" can be applied to multimedia systems design and can support learning goals and motivation. Provides examples of engaging interactions, suggests methodologies for evaluating their impact on the learner, and offers practical hints for incorporating them into multimedia system design. (Author/AEF)
Jacques, R. (1995). Engagement as a Design Concept for Multimedia. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 24(1), 49-59.
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