Visuospatial working memory in learning from multimedia systems

@article{Gyselinck2000VisuospatialWM,
  title={Visuospatial working memory in learning from multimedia systems},
  author={Val{\'e}rie Gyselinck and Marie-France Ehrlich and Cesare Cornoldi and Rossana de Beni and V{\'e}ronique Dubois},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={166-176}
}
Multimedia systems involve the association of various types of information: verbal information presented visually or auditorily, static or dynamic pictorial information, and sound information. In a cognitive approach, integrating this information involves complex processes constrained by properties of the learner’s cognitive system, and especially by the capacity of working memory. This paper, reports on an experiment focused on the integration of verbal and pictorial information when students… CONTINUE READING

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