Levels of Expertise and User-Adapted Formats of Instructional Presentations : A Cognitive Load Approach

@inproceedings{Kalyuga1997LevelsOE,
  title={Levels of Expertise and User-Adapted Formats of Instructional Presentations : A Cognitive Load Approach},
  author={Slava Kalyuga and Paul Chandler and John Sweller},
  year={1997}
}
This paper investigates interactions between user expertise and formats of in structional presentations. A cognitive load approac h assumes that information presentation should be structured to eliminate any avo idable load on working memory. The level of learner expertise is a major factor determ ining intelligibility of information for a user. A diagram might not be intelligible in isolat ion for less experienced users and so require additional textual explanations. Physical int egration (e.g… CONTINUE READING

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