What Is Learned and How Is It Taught: The Interaction Between Media, Message, Task, and Learner
by Gavriel Salomon - 1974
The four factors of media use in education interact with each other in rather complex ways. However, before attempting to describe these interactions, three basic distinctions need to be made. These distinctions should aid us in identifying the educationally most significant features of media.
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