Michela Bernarducci


Stephen M. Alessi is an Associate Professor at the University of Iowa, on Psychological and Quantitative Foundations Department. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology form University of Illinois in 1979. His principal research interests are Educational Technology, Multimedia Design, Web-Based Learning and Instructional Simulation. Stephen M. Alessi is an active member of American Educational Research Association, Association for Educational Communications and Technology, European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction and System Dynamics Society.
Stanley R. Trollip is an Associate Professor at Capella University, Minneapolis. His main interests are Higher Education, Educational Assessment and Educational Technology. He has published more than 50 publications on topics like Computer based technology, Education methods and development, Classroom management, Educational Software. Stanley R. Trollip is an active member of American Educational Research Association, Association for Educational Communications and Technology


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Stephen M. Alessi, Stanley R. Trollip, Multimedia for Learning: Methods and Development (3th Edition) - Book Review



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