2006
DOI: 10.2190/m200-5558-52v7-2287 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Animation of various types has been used increasingly in different disciplines in computer-based learning environments to facilitate achievements of different kinds of learning objectives. However, the result of empirical animation studies has been mixed and mostly discouraging. The purpose of this meta-analysis was to examine the instructional effectiveness of different types of enhancement strategies used to complement animated instruction. Eleven hundred and twenty-four college-level students participated i… Show more

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“…The authors concluded that the greatest impact on student learning was gained by encouraging meaningful learning, followed by chunking, audio/narration and scaffolding (Lin et al, 2007). This provides a useful framework to apply to resource development approaches.…”
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“…The authors concluded that the greatest impact on student learning was gained by encouraging meaningful learning, followed by chunking, audio/narration and scaffolding (Lin et al, 2007). This provides a useful framework to apply to resource development approaches.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The meta-analysis by Lin et al, (2007) highlights the components within a multimedia resource that possibly contribute to an educationally effective outcome, with benefits observed from the addition of audio / narration; using chunking strategies to form "bite-size" chunks of learning to reduce cognitive load; using scaffolding and defining terminology throughout resources and by encouraging deeper learning and allowing the student to build on previous knowledge through comprehension exercises and tests. The authors concluded that the greatest impact on student learning was gained by encouraging meaningful learning, followed by chunking, audio/narration and scaffolding (Lin et al, 2007).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The quantity and quality of information acquired and the degree of understanding depend on the strength of the attention. Since the strength depends on the person’s current state and the external environment, practical applications and techniques for sharpening attention have been developed in various fields, including education (Schmidt, 1995; Lin, 2011), advertising (Pechmann and Stewart, 1990), marketing (Pieters et al, 2002), and mental health (Schmidt et al, 2009; Tamm et al, 2010). For example, learning with animated instructions, questions, and feedback can enhance a learner’s attention and improve understanding of the learned contents as revealed by test scores (Lin, 2011).…”
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“…Since the strength depends on the person’s current state and the external environment, practical applications and techniques for sharpening attention have been developed in various fields, including education (Schmidt, 1995; Lin, 2011), advertising (Pechmann and Stewart, 1990), marketing (Pieters et al, 2002), and mental health (Schmidt et al, 2009; Tamm et al, 2010). For example, learning with animated instructions, questions, and feedback can enhance a learner’s attention and improve understanding of the learned contents as revealed by test scores (Lin, 2011). In the mental health field, attention training has been used for treating mental disorders such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and social anxiety disorder (Schmidt et al, 2009; Tamm et al, 2010).…”
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