Common Use of PowerPoint versus the Assertion–Evidence Structure:
Authors: Garner, Joanna K.; Alley, Michael; Gaudelli, Allen F.; Zappe, Sarah E.
Source: Technical Communication, Volume 56, Number 4, November 2009 , pp. 331-345(15)
Publisher: Society for Technical Communication
Finds that the common practice of PowerPoint is heavily influenced by PowerPoint’s defaults
Finds that the common practice of PowerPoint does not follow cognitive principles of multimedia learning
Shows that the assertion–evidence slide structure is much more in line with multimedia learning principles
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 2009
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