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Apr-1997
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Myint, S. K. (1997, April). Motivational factor in designing multimedia instruction. Paper presented at the Asian Education Submit on Globalization and Multimedia in Higher Education in Asia, Tokyo, Japan.
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Motivation is an important factor in instructional design if the instruction is to attain optimum effectiveness. It has been widely believed that many training and education failures occur due to lack of concern for motivational side of learning. As the multimedia technology developed and established a high-profile status in the field of education, training and business, instructional designers are looking to exploit the full potential of the medium. Feedback as motivator has long been recognized as a powerful and dominant factor in the learning process. Feedback can be provided in varying levels and it can dramatically improve the instruction. This paper explores the role of feedback as a motivational factor and reports a research study on the effectiveness of varying level of feedback in a multimedia instruction. Implications on the design of multimedia
instruction is discussed in the light of the research findings.
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This paper was presented at the Asian Education Submit on Globalization and Multimedia in Higher Education in Asia, held in Tokyo, Japan from 10 - 12 Apr 1997
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