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Understanding Multimedia Documents

by Richard Lowe

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Un ouvrage détaillé et complet qui reflète les nombreux progrès réalisés dans l'usage des multimédias dans un but pédagogique. On y trouve un large éventail de situations et de domaines dans lesquels des documents multimédia peuvent être utilisés, et des analyses approfondies sur l'aspect cognitif de l'utilisation de ces multimédias.
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Professionals who use multimedia documents as a tool to communicate concepts will find this a hugely illuminating text. It provides a comprehensive and up to date account of relevant research issues, methodologies and results in the area of multimedia comprehension. More specifically, the book draws connections between cognitive research, instructional strategies and design methodologies. It includes theoretical reviews, discussions of research techniques, ad original experimental contributions. The book highlights essential aspects of current theories, and trends for future research on the use of multimedia documents.

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