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Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning Richard E. Mayer, Editor Table of Contents Handbook Contributors Preface Chapter 1: Introduction Richard E. Mayer PART 1: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS Chapter 2: Implications of Cognitive Load Theory for Multimedia Learning John Sweller Chapter 3: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning Richard E. Mayer Chapter 4: Integrative Model of Text and Picture Comprehension Wolfgang Schnotz Chapter 5: The Four-Component Instructional Design Model: Multimedia Principles in Environments for Complex Learning Jeroen van Merrinboer and Liesbeth Kester PART 2: BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MULTIMEDIA LEARNING Chapter 6: Five Common But Questionable Principles of Multimedia Learning Richard Clark and David F. Feldon Chapter 7: The Multimedia Principle J. D. Fletcher and Sigmund Tobias Chapter 8: The Split-Attention Principle in Multimedia Learning Paul Ayres and John Sweller Chapter 9: The Modality Principle in Multimedia Learning Renae Low and Paul Sweller Chapter 10: The Redundancy Principle in Multimedia Learning John Sweller Chapter 11: Principles for Managing Essential Processing in Multimedia Learning: Segmenting, Pre-training, and Modality Principles Richard E. Mayer Chapter 12: Principles for Reducing Extraneous Processing in Multimedia Learning: Coherence, Signaling, Redundancy, Spatial Contiguity, and Temporal Contiguity Principles Richard E. Mayer Chapter 13: Principles Based on Social Cues: Personalization, Voice, and Image Principles Richard E. Mayer PART 3: ADVANCED PRINCIPLES OF MULTIMEDIA LEARNING Chapter 14: The Guided Discovery Principle in Multimedia Learning Ton de Jong Chapter 15: The Worked-Out Example Principle in Multimedia Learning Alexander Renkl Chapter 16: The Collaboration Principle in Multimedia Learning David Jonassen, Chwee Beng Lee, Chia-Chi Yang, and James Laffey Chapter 17: The Self-Explanation Principle in Multimedia Learning Marguerite Roy and Michelene T. H. Chi Chapter 18: The Animation and Interactivity Principles in Multimedia Learning Mireille Betrancourt Chapter 19: Navigational Principles in Multimedia Learning Jean-Francois Rouet and Herve Potelle Chapter 20: The Site Map Principle in Multimedia Learning Amy Shapiro Chapter 21: The Prior Knowledge Principle in Multimedia Learning Slava Kalyuga Chapter 22: The Cognitive Aging Principle in Multimedia Learning Fred Paas, Pascal W. M. Van Gerven, and Huib K. Tabbers PART 4: MULTIMEDIA LEARNING IN CONTENT AREAS Chapter 23: Multimedia Learning of Reading David Reinking Chapter 24: Multimedia Learning of History Jennifer Wiley and Ivan K. Ash Chapter 25: Multimedia Learning of Mathematics Robert K. Atkinson Chapter 26: Multimedia Learning of Chemistry Robert Kozma and Joel Russell Chapter 27: Multimedia Learning of Meteorology Richard Lowe Chapter 28: Multimedia Learning about Complex Physical Systems Mary Hegarty Chapter 29: Multimedia Learning of a Second Language Jan Plass and Linda Jones Chapter 30: Multimedia Learning of Cognitive Skills Susanne P. Lajoie and Carlos Nakamura PART 5: MULTIMEDIA LEARNING IN ADVANCED COMPUTER-BASED CONTEXTS Chapter 31: Multimedia Learning with Animated Pedagogical Agents Roxana Moreno Chapter 32: Multimedia Learning in Virtual Reality Sue Cobb and Danae Stanton Fraser Chapter 33: Multimedia Learning with Games, Simulations, and Microworlds Lloyd Rieber Chapter 34: Multimedia Learning with Hypermedia Andrew Dillon and Jennifer Jobst Chapter 35: Multimedia Learning in e-Courses Ruth Clark Glossary Author Index Subject Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Computer-assisted instruction -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Audio-visual education -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Interactive multimedia -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.