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Effects of Modality Principle in Tutorial Video Streaming

@inproceedings{AbuSaada2013EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of Modality Principle in Tutorial Video Streaming},
  author={Ali H. AbuSaada and Lily Pei and Lindsey Nicole Lee and Soon Fook Fong},
  year={2013}
}
This study aimed to investigate the effects of Modality Principle in video streaming of ICDL course for trainee-teachers. Two modes of video streaming were used, namely video and narration (VN) mode, and video and text (VT) mode of ICDL course. The sample consisted of 202 trainee-teachers in the National Institute for Training (NIT) in Gaza. The results showed that the learners using the VN mode attained significant better achievement than the learners using the VT mode. The learners using the… 

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