Does a high tech (computerized, animated, PowerPoint) presentation increase retention of material compared to a low tech (black on clear overheads) presentation?

@article{Ricer2005DoesAH,
  title={Does a high tech (computerized, animated, PowerPoint) presentation increase retention of material compared to a low tech (black on clear overheads) presentation?},
  author={Rick E Ricer and Andrew T Filak and James Short},
  journal={Teaching and learning in medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          107-11
        }
}
BACKGROUND Computerized digital presentations have become standard in most medical schools without research proving their effectiveness. PURPOSE The purpose was to determine if differences in (a) subjective evaluation; (b) short-term retention of material; and (c) long-term retention of material occurred with the use of static overheads versus computerized, animated PowerPoint for a presentation to medical students. METHODS All students rotating on a required clerkship attended a standard… CONTINUE READING
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