WHAT IS NEXT IN THE MEDIA AND METHODS DEBATE ?

@inproceedings{Clark2004WHATIN,
  title={WHAT IS NEXT IN THE MEDIA AND METHODS DEBATE ?},
  author={Richard E. Clark},
  year={2004}
}
The debate about the learning benefits of media has extended over eighty years. While the arguments have evolved, the debate is still very much alive. An increasing number of universities with instructional technology degree programs are using the debate as a teaching tool. A number of faculty ask students to familiarize themselves with debate positions to better understand the process of using research to make design and development decisions (see examples in the web site addresses described… CONTINUE READING
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