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Understanding This Thing Called Interactivity

Copyright 2000 Lloyd Rieber

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DESCRIPTION

Brief Description: This is a little activity to understand the concept of interactivity. It was inspired by the following presentation:

Carolyn Kletnicks, Gary Whitt, & Judith Hall. (1999, February). Concepts and definitions of interactivity in computer-based instruction. Annual conference of the Eastern Educational Research Association in Hilton Head, South Carolina (USA).


 

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