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Multimedia Improves Learning--Apples, Oranges, and the Type I Error
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Contemporary Education Volume 68, Number 2, ISSN 0010-7476

Abstract

Argues that current multimedia research has experimental design problems. Discusses the "myth" of multimedia benefits, economics of multimedia, and dangers of research errors, and maintains that instructional strategies, not media, improve student achievement. (SM)

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Lookatch, R.P. (1997). Multimedia Improves Learning--Apples, Oranges, and the Type I Error. Contemporary Education, 68(2), 110. Retrieved October 22, 2021 from .

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