Video-based multimedia designs: A research study testing learning effectiveness

@article{Reiss2008VideobasedMD,
  title={Video-based multimedia designs: A research study testing learning effectiveness},
  author={David Reiss},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={33}
}
  • David Reiss
  • Published 20 May 2008
  • Education
  • Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology
This paper summarizes research conducted on three computer-based video models’ effectiveness for learning based on memory and comprehension. In this quantitative study, a two-minute video presentation was created and played back in three different types of media players, for a sample of eighty-seven college freshman. The three players evaluated include a standard QuickTime video/audio player, a QuickTime player with embedded triggers that launched HTML-based study guide pages, and a Macromedia… 

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