Do Media Influence Learning? Revisiting the Debate in the Context of Distance Education
Open Learning Volume 11, Number 1, ISSN 0268-0513
Reviews the academic literature of distance education that has considered whether the media and technologies of education affect learning and finds the conventional answer is in the negative. Also describes this issue in literature in the following fields: neurology, mass communications, and feminist approaches to the situated nature of knowledge. Contains 55 references. (Author/JMV)
Carter, V. (1996). Do Media Influence Learning? Revisiting the Debate in the Context of Distance Education. Open Learning, 11(1), 31-40.
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