e-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning
Praise for The Third Edition of e-Learning and the Science of Instruction
"If you design online learning, e-Learning and the Science of Instruction is a 'must read.' Unlike all the pontificating and conjecture that's been published about elearning, this important work details the evidence-based findings that provide practical guidelines for effective online instructional design. For me, this book is the 'bible' of our profession."
"The partnership between Ruth Clark and Richard Mayer in writing successive editions of e-Learning and the Science of Instruction has provided us with one of the most important collaborations in our discipline. Their ability to communicate complex concepts in clear, indeed sparkling prose is unrivalled. In e-Learning and the Science of Instruction, we have a book for everyone including students, professional instructional designers and researchers."
"For the experienced instructional designer, having this supportive research provides the rationale needed to obtain consensus from a training development team."
"Graduate students, undergraduate students, or employees responsible for designing and developing educational software will benefit from e-Learning and the Science of Instruction. It opens your eyes to interesting ideas that you have never thought of when designing an e-course."
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Ruth Clark and Richard Mayer bring peer-reviewed research and a clean writing style to this well organized introduction to e-learning principles and practices. They make connections to earlier ... Read full review
very interesting book
Promise and Pitfalls
How Do People Learn from eCourses?
Some Ways to Use Graphics to Promote Learning
The Multimedia Principle Works Best for Novices
Present Words as Audio
Use Effective OnScreen Coaches
Make the Author Visible to Promote
Learning Together Virtually
Whos in Control? Guidelines for eLearning Navigation
eLearning to Build Thinking Skills
Simulations and Games in eLearning
Psychological Reasons for the Modality Principle
When the Modality Principle Applies
Do Not Add OnScreen Text to Narrated
Consider Adding OnScreen Text
Psychological Reasons to Avoid Extraneous Words
Evidence for Using Conversational Style