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Présentation multimodale de l'information et apprentissage

Abstract : Multimedia has introduced new perspectives of learning by its advantages of combining various forms of information presentation (text, sound, picture). However, many studies emphasized the complexity of the cognitive treatments related to the multimodal material. Visual and verbal processing (illustrations, diagrams, figures, and so forth.) call on different modes of representation. Our experimental study presents one lesson in aeronautics in which six modalities of presentation are compared. The content is structurally and semantically equivalent. Two independent variables are manipulated : visual material (dynamic picture vs sequential picture) and verbal material (textual vs audio vs audio-textual). No interaction effect is found. Results show how the multimodal presentation of a contents affects the cognitive treatement of the information during the reading and the understanding, and how can it helps interfaces designing.
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Michel Dubois, Federico Tajariol. Présentation multimodale de l'information et apprentissage. Cinquième colloque Hypermédias et apprentissages, Apr 2001, Grenoble, France. pp.197-209. ⟨edutice-00000461⟩



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