- Active processing principle: applied to multimedia learning; description of
- Adaptive expertise
- Agents. See Pedagogical agents
- Air Force Sherlock evaluation
- American Management Association survey (2014)
- Anesthesiology lesson
- Animations: adding visual cueing to; audio explaining demonstration of telephone system; changing static visuals into; contiguity principle 1 violation of text viewed separately from; learning from video-recorded visual vs.; used as interpretive graphics; used to illustrate procedures
- Association of Psychological Science
- Asynchronous e-learning: collaborative learning; designed for individual self-study; matching collaborative goals of assignments in; navigational features used for learner control in; potential to customize for learner needs; review of the Excel lesson for small business; screen capture from Excel lesson. See also E-learning
- ATD (Association for Talent Development): delivery methods for workforce learning; on increase of technology-delivered instruction; on workforce learning investment
- Auditory/verbal material: avoiding e-lessons with extraneous; balancing visual and auditory content with narration and graphics; better learning when visual are explained with; better learning when visuals are explained only by; dual channel principle applied to learning; evidence supporting use over printed text; examining the animated demonstration of the telephone system; graphics explained using audio alone; graphics explained using identical ...
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