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Multimodal versus Unimodal Instruction in a Complex Learning Context

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Journal of Experimental Education Volume 70, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0973


Compared multimodal instruction with text and pictures with unimodal text-only instruction as 44 college students used a visual or textual manual to learn a complex software application. Results initially support dual coding theory and indicate that multimodal instruction led to better performance than unimodal instruction. (SLD)


Gellevij, M., van der Meij, H., de Jong, T. & Pieters, J. (2002). Multimodal versus Unimodal Instruction in a Complex Learning Context. Journal of Experimental Education, 70(3), 215. Retrieved November 13, 2019 from .

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