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E-Learning and the Science of Instruction by Richard E. Mayer
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Feb 27, 13


Mayer and Clark's writing is dull and stuffy. Yet their book does what no other book I know of does: survey every important principle and theme in instructional design. Not only that, it reviews the scientific research done in each area. The most important book I've read on e-learning by far.
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