Medium, Performanz, Inhalt: Eine theoretische Metastudie zum mediengestützten Lernen

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Hans Giessen

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Media-based learning does not necessarily make sense nor is it necessarily effective, for that matter, simply because it uses a medium. Rather, there are several variables that can and do influence its success: the very medium, the content, and the learner’s cognitive styles. All variables have to be taken into consideration, alone and interacting, in order to decide whether and where media-based learning is to be used, and where it might be counterproductive.

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Giessen, H. (2013). Medium, Performanz, Inhalt: Eine theoretische Metastudie zum mediengestützten Lernen. Glottodidactica. An International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 40(1), 51-62. https://doi.org/10.14746/gl.2013.40.1.4
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