Interactive Multimedia-Based E-Learning: A Study of Effectiveness

  title={Interactive Multimedia-Based E-Learning: A Study of Effectiveness},
  author={Dongsong Zhang},
  journal={American Journal of Distance Education},
  pages={149 - 162}
  • Dongsong Zhang
  • Published 1 September 2005
  • Education
  • American Journal of Distance Education
The author conducted two experiments to assess effectiveness of interactive e-learning. Students in a fully interactive multimedia-based e-learning environment achieved better performance and higher levels of satisfaction than those in a traditional classroom and those in a less interactive e-learning environment. 

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