Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 1: Reducing Extraneous Processing

Written by Katy Fourie
May 15, 2019

When extraneous processing occurs in online learning, it can result in cognitive overload and severely hamper the effectiveness of multimedia learning. However, this type of processing can be reduced through effective instructional design techniques. In this infographic, we will define extraneous processing and identify five instructional design techniques that will help reduce it.

 

This infographic on multimedia learning, defines extraneous processing and identifies five instructional design techniques that will help reduce it.

Click the image below to read part two of our series of infographics on the principles of multimedia learning:

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