A reply: Media and methods
- Robert B. Kozma
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Media and methods together influence learning. This article illustrates an approach to research that allows us to look at the cognitive mechanisms by which learners interact with instructional designs and use media and methods to construct understanding. It critiques Clark's (1994) replaceability challenge.
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- A reply: Media and methods
Educational Technology Research and Development
Volume 42, Issue 3 , pp 11-14
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- 1. The Center for Technology in Learning, SRI International, Menlo Park, California