Digital Media and Education: Cognitive Impact of Information Visualization
Journal of Educational Media Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 1358-1651
Argues that like other technological innovations, the rise of the digital information age is contributing to shape people's mode of cognition. Reviews the use of computers in teaching and learning in terms of their impact on our ability to process parallel data, access information in a non-linear order, and visualize information. (Author/LRW)
Kraidy, U. (2002). Digital Media and Education: Cognitive Impact of Information Visualization. Journal of Educational Media, 27(3), 95-106.
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