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The Effects of Computer Animated Elaboration Strategies and Practice on Factual and Application Learning in an Elementary Science Lesson
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 5, Number 4,

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Describes study that was conducted to examine the effects of animation and practice on factual and application learning in elementary science computer-based instruction (CBI). The extent to which animation and practice promoted near and far transfer of learning outcomes is explored, and effects on processing time are examined. (31 references) LRW)

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Rieber, L.P. (1989). The Effects of Computer Animated Elaboration Strategies and Practice on Factual and Application Learning in an Elementary Science Lesson. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 5(4), 431. Retrieved June 17, 2019 from .

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