Audio and Text Density in Computer-based Instruction
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331
Investigates the effects of audio and text density on the achievement, time-in-program, and attitudes of 134 undergraduate students. Data concerning pre-existing computer skills/experience and demographic information were also collected. Findings have implications for the use of audio, text and graphics in the design of computer-based instruction. (Contains 21 references.) (Author/AEF)
Koroghlanian, C.M. & Sullivan, H.J. (2000). Audio and Text Density in Computer-based Instruction. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 22(2), 217.
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