Elements of a Science of E-learning

@inproceedings{Mayer2004ElementsOA,
  title={Elements of a Science of E-learning},
  author={Richard E. Mayer},
  year={2004}
}
A science of e-learning involves the scientific investigation of how people learn in electronic learning environments. Three elements of a science of e-learning are: a) evidence—a base of replicated findings from rigorous and appropriate research studies; b) theory—a research-based theory of how people learn in electronic learning environments, which yields testable predictions; and c) applications—theory-based principles for how to design electronic learning environments, which themselves can… CONTINUE READING
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