Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 3: Managing Essential Processing

Written by Katy Fourie
May 31, 2019

In multimedia learning, cognitive overload is the direct result of the learner being given too much information to process simultaneously. However, cognitive overload can be prevented by effectively managing the essential processing demands on the learner. In this infographic, we define essential processing and identify three principles of multimedia learning that can assist in managing essential processing.

 

Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 3: Managing Essential Processing

Did you miss part one and two of our series of infographics on the principles of multimedia learning?

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Multimedia Learning Part 1: Reducing extraneous processing

Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 2: Fostering Generative Processing cover image

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