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Visualisation and Instructional Design

@inproceedings{Sweller2002VisualisationAI,
  title={Visualisation and Instructional Design},
  author={J. Sweller},
  year={2002}
}
  • J. Sweller
  • Published 2002
  • Human cognitive architecture includes a working memory of limited capacity and duration with partially separate visual and auditory channels, and an effectively infinite long-term memory holding many schemas that can vary in their degree of automation. These cognitive structures have evolved to handle information that varies in the extent to which elements can be processed successively in working memory or, because they interact, must be processed simultaneously imposing a heavy load on working… CONTINUE READING
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