Effets de redondance et prise de notes

Abstract : The influence of the formats of presentation on the training of multi-media documents is today the subject of many studies. In the present study, the studied formats were different according to the level of redundancy between the oral examination and the writing. A teaching document where the explanations were heard was compared with documents where this same explanation was presented simultaneously with the written format, either in its entirety or in a synthetic way. This comparison was carried out in a situation where the subjects could or could not take notes. The results show both a negative effect of the total redundancy on comprehension and the fact that this effect appears only under the condition without catches of notes.
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Olivier Le Bohec, Eric Jamet. Effets de redondance et prise de notes. Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain 2003, Apr 2003, Strasbourg, France. pp.295-306. ⟨edutice-00000145⟩

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