Learning from Media: Arguments, Analysis, and Evidence
This volume incorporates essays questioning the metaanalyses of computerbased instruction research, Robert Kozma's counterpoint theory of "learning with media", sciencebased technology verus experiencebased craft and sciencebased "authentic technologies".
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3 Why Should We Expect Media to Teach Anyone Anything?
4 International Views of the Media Debate
5 What About MultiMedia Effects on Learning?
6 Do Media Aid Critical Thinking Problem Solving or Learning to Learn? Richard E Clark
7 A Summary of the Disagreements with the Mere Vehicles Argument
8 Robert Kozmas Counterpoint Theory of Learning With Media
12 Are Methods Replaceable? A Reply to Critics in the ETRD Special Issue on the Debate
An Argument for Researchbased Performance Technology
How to Develop Authentic Technologies
Cognitive and Motivational Research Issues
Evaluating Distance Education Technologies
Equivalent Evaluation of Instructional Media The Next Round of Media Comparison Studies
18 What Is Next In The Media and Methods Debate?
Richard Clark A Biography
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