Enabling , Facilitating , and Inhibiting Effects in Learning from Animated Pictures

@inproceedings{Schnotz2002EnablingF,
  title={Enabling , Facilitating , and Inhibiting Effects in Learning from Animated Pictures},
  author={Wolfgang Schnotz},
  year={2002}
}
Animated pictures can have different functions in the process of learning. They can have an enabling function if they allow the learner to perform a higher amount of cognitive processing than static pictures. They can also have a facilitating function if they make specific cognitive processes easier to perform through external support. Two experiments were carried out which investigated differences between learning from animated and learning from static pictures and which analysed whether… CONTINUE READING

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