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Students' Use of Multimedia Activities in an Open University Introductory Science Course
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Journal of Educational Media Volume 26, Number 2, ISSN 1358-1651

Abstract

Surveys of student studying an introductory science course at a distance indicated that they had very favorable attitudes to CD-ROM multimedia activities that are an integral part of the course teaching package. Research reported here focused on how students actually studied as they worked through the activities. Suggestions are made for future evaluation and research into students' experiences in using multimedia activities. (Contains 33 references.) (AEF)

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Lawless, C. & Freake, S. (2001). Students' Use of Multimedia Activities in an Open University Introductory Science Course. Journal of Educational Media, 26(2), 117. Retrieved April 21, 2019 from .

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