The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning

@inproceedings{Mayer2005TheCH,
  title={The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning},
  author={R. Mayer},
  year={2005}
}
  • R. Mayer
  • Published 2005
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract A fundamental hypothesis underlying research on multimedia learning is that multimedia instructional messages that are designed in light of how the human mind works are more likely to lead to meaningful learning than those that are not. The cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML) is based on three cognitive science principles of learning: the human information processing system includes dual channels for visual/pictorial and auditory/verbal processing (i.e., dual-channels… CONTINUE READING
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