The cognitive benefits of interactive videos : learning to tie nautical knots

@inproceedings{Schwan2004TheCB,
  title={The cognitive benefits of interactive videos : learning to tie nautical knots},
  author={Stephan Schwan and Roland Riempp},
  year={2004}
}
In contrast to their traditional, non-interactive counterparts, interactive dynamic visualisations allow users to adapt their form and content to their individual cognitive skills and needs. Provided that the interactive features allow for intuitive use without increasing cognitive load, interactive videos should therefore lead to more efficient forms of learning. This notion was tested in an experimental study, where participants learned to tie four nautical knots of different complexity by… CONTINUE READING
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