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Effects of Multimedia Interactivity on Spatial Task Learning Outcomes

Dar-Wei Chen, Richard Catrambone
2014 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
Participants with low spatial ability benefited more from interactivity than those with high ability, though no performance main effects were found between the tutorials.  ...  Targeted use of interactivity could be effective in engaging students and helping them learn.  ...  To explain findings such as this one, Mayer and Sims (1994) posit that people with high spatial ability are able to achieve -while using fewer cognitive resources -the same understanding of the multimedia  ... 
doi:10.1177/1541931214581283 fatcat:zs5i3k445nex3ltxcz5vfu2gce

Learning from Multimedia Materials: The relative impact of individual differences

Michael Grimley
2007 Educational Psychology  
This paper explores whether the principles of cognitive-load and multimedia theory are mediated by cognitive style, gender and prior knowledge.  ...  Condition 1 was designed in the conventional manner but Condition 2 was designed to adhere to cognitive load and multimedia theory.  ...  Cognitive style and learning performance The effect of style on learning in terms of the structure, mode of presentation, and type of content of the material will be considered next.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01443410601159795 fatcat:4ypdpe374zejjjucb7ikq4fqca

Possibility of using Multimedia Application for Learning

L. K. Pulasthi Dhananjaya Gunawardhana, Sellappan Palaniappan
2016 GSTF International Journal on Computing  
media, the type of educational element that effect to learn in their natural environment and the real-world issues.  ...  Not that all we are going to discuss here, the definition of multimedia, and the connection between multimedia and learning tools, concept of multimedia applications, how they are formed using a different  ...  Previous studies have shown that spatial ability, information synchronization ability, and experience can be adjust to some extent.  ... 
doi:10.7603/s40601-016-0012-0 fatcat:67by6jgg2fhwlf6vno42j5wxka

The Relations of Metacognitive Awareness, Multiple Intelligences and Gender with Undergraduates' Perceived Motivation in Using Multimedia

Nurul Nadia Hassan, Khairulanuar Samsudin, Che Soh Said
2017 The International Journal of Multimedia & Its Applications  
A survey study was carried out with the aim to investigate the relationship among metacognitive awareness, gender and multiple intelligences towards perceived motivation of the students in learning using  ...  Other important factors are multiple intelligences, gender, and motivation in using learning tools can also have a huge impact on learning the subject matter.  ...  Planning skill comprises the ability of someone to plan, set goals, and allocate resources for learning.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijma.2017.9603 fatcat:afjxpqihh5gbrod3kyyqvxrrme

Designing A Motivated Tangible Multimedia System For Preschoolers

Kien Tsong Chau, Zarina Samsudin, Wan Ahmad Jaafar Wan Yahaya
2017 Zenodo  
The paper examined the capability of a prototype of a tangible multimedia system that was augmented with tangible objects in motivating young preschoolers in learning.  ...  This paper begins by discussion with the objectives of the research, followed by research questions, hypotheses, ARCS model of motivation adopted in the process of macro-design, and the research instrumentation  ...  The Interaction Effects between Gender and Learning Mode on the Motivation Score The interaction effect between the two groups of different learning modes and gender on the motivation score is presented  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1129070 fatcat:qnakxmaenfdj7phv6ne5pqv6gm

Learning from Multimedia and Hypermedia [chapter]

Peter Gerjets, Paul Kirschner
2009 Technology-Enhanced Learning  
In line with this expansion in the field of education, the scientific study of learning from multimedia and hypermedia has become a very active field of research.  ...  Computer-based multimedia and hypermedia resources (e.g., the world wide web) have become one of the primary sources of academic information for a majority of pupils and students.  ...  /gender effect).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9827-7_15 fatcat:fmtdy2xt5fhtblyin4xpecoto4

Learning in High-Tech and Multimedia Environments

Roxana Moreno
2006 Current Directions in Psychological Science  
The goal of this article is to offer one answer to this question by examining the classic distinction between media and method, in terms of their roles in promoting learning with technology.  ...  Then I review research in which the relative learning contributions of method and media are investigated, and I offer final reflections for future research.  ...  In addition, differences in learners' prior knowledge and characteristics such as age, gender, culture, and abilities may affect how much is learned with specific methods and media.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0963-7214.2006.00408.x fatcat:5ad4whtrwfalpd4mk6j5ot6c44

Enhancing Learning Through Different Cues in Multimedia Materials

Renante Egcas
2015 US-China Education Review. A  
This study sought to determine the effects of multimedia language instruction with varying number of visual and verbal cues on the vocabulary achievement of education students.  ...  Multimedia materials differ in the number and quality of visual and verbal cues.  ...  and design materials according to their skills, time, and resources, and most importantly, to the needs of the students and learning environment.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2161-623x/2015.02.002 fatcat:cavvvebrbrdotfhehvovlc6tje

Does modality play a role? Visual‐verbal cognitive style and multimedia learning

Marta M. Koć‐Januchta, Tim N. Höffler, Marc Eckhardt, Detlev Leutner
2019 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
The results are partially in line with an ability-as-compensator effect and the expertise reversal effect.  ...  The study presented in this paper aimed to examine the effect of visual and verbal cognitive style on learning from different types of visualization and modalities of explanatory text.  ...  Mayer and Massa (2003) defined spatial ability as a type of cognitive ability, learning preferences as a tendency to choose pictures or texts when learning, and cognitive style as a way of thinking-either  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcal.12381 fatcat:ntkm7hw6srdcbhwwal4m3mq4t4

Learning with animation and illusions of understanding

Eugene S. Paik, Gregory Schraw
2013 Journal of Educational Psychology  
A controlled experiment was conducted on the effects of two types of animationmotion and highlighting -on learning.  ...  The treatment consisted of a 3.5 minute multimedia presentation that described the workings of a flushing toilet tank.  ...  Some believe that in the end it's our character and not power, fame, or any accomplishment that will leave an enduring mark the canvas of time.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0030281 fatcat:pnxoenmxwvhvnnuzl5kjalt2ma

A usability study of users' perceptions toward a multimedia computer-assisted learning tool for neuroanatomy

Douglas J. Gould, Mark A. Terrell, Jo Fleming
2008 Anatomical Sciences Education  
2) highly applicable in supporting the pedagogical processes of teaching and learning neuroanatomy, and 3) was highly usable by all types of users.  ...  This study demonstrates the importance of integrating quality properties of usability with principles of human learning during the instructional design process for multimedia products.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work for developing the Anatomy of the Central Nervous System: A Multimedia Course was supported by a Phase I, Small Business Technology Transfer grant from the National Institutes  ... 
doi:10.1002/ase.36 pmid:19177405 pmcid:PMC4532302 fatcat:4ck5smxcgzeghjt7unorenkjom

Cognitive load in reading a foreign language text with multimedia aids and the influence of verbal and spatial abilities

Jan L. Plass, Dorothy M. Chun, Richard E. Mayer, Detlev Leutner
2003 Computers in Human Behavior  
Results are consistent with a generative theory of multimedia learning and with cognitive load theory which assume that multimedia learning processes are executed under the constraints of limited working  ...  Recall of word translations was worse for low-verbal and lowspatial ability students than for high-verbal and high-spatial ability students, respectively, when they received visual annotations for vocabulary  ...  Chun and Jan L. Plass with support of several Instructional Improvement Grants from the Office of Instructional Consultation at the University of California, Santa Barbara.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0747-5632(02)00015-8 fatcat:vpmmmtmrovflxg35pa2za2ei74

Multimedia Usage among Islamic Education Lecturers at Higher Education Institution

Mohd Isa Hamzah, Rinaldi Rinaldi, Khadijah Abdul Razak
2014 International Education Studies  
The findings showed that the use of multimedia was moderate and there were significant differences in the use of multimedia based on gender, academic qualification, location of teaching and number of workloads  ...  This study also found that there were significant differences in the use of multimedia based on age, type of institution and teaching experience.  ...  Lecturers as much as possible can make a sermon to be effective, relevant, and to grow in line with the time. The change is covering many aspects of teaching and learning techniques and curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v7n13p157 fatcat:ujg3ga5nyzc6jlvhah33q4qkoe

The Effect Of Cognitive Aging On Multimedia Learning

Boaventura DaCosta
2018 Figshare  
, concept, and transfer tests of multimedia learning.  ...  Research has suggested that cognitive load theory (CLT) and the cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML) are likely to accommodate the cognitive needs of older learners; however, few of the principles  ...  of the modality effect in multimedia learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7524611 fatcat:vlgslupkm5blhjpmmtesvexr7y

Cognitive principles of multimedia learning: The role of modality and contiguity

Roxana Moreno, Richard E. Mayer
1999 Journal of Educational Psychology  
The results support 2 cognitive principles of multimedia learning.  ...  Experiment 1 revealed a spatial-contiguity effect in which students learned better when visual and verbal materials were physically close.  ...  The goal of Experiment 1 was to distinguish between spatial-contiguity and modality effects in multimedia learning with animations.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-0663.91.2.358 fatcat:fxr7crpy3bdedf5ewmoyxlimnm
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