Interactive and dynamic visualizations in teaching and learning of anatomy: a cognitive load perspective.

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With the increasing use of computers in the classroom and the advancement of information technology, a requirement to investigate and evaluate different strategies for the presentation of verbal information in interactive and dynamic visualizations has risen to a high level of importance. There is a need for research efforts that apply cognitive load theory… (More)

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