References about visual learning and spatial intelligenceHelp
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Why a Diagram is (Sometimes) Worth Ten Thousand Words part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. H. Larkin, H. A. Simon
Information is processed differently when presented in textual form as compared to in the form of a diagram. In this article, the authors compare informationally equivalent diagrams with texts. The ...
Multimedia Learning part of SERC Print Resource Collection
R. E. Mayer
Mayer looks at selected combinations of visual and textual media which produce effective teaching tools. He also examines how various forms and contrasting forms of presentation help or hinder ...
Understanding Comics part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This unique book, in comic book format, explains the way comics work: how they are compiled, read, and understood. McCloud touches on issues larger than comics themselves, including how we deal with ...
Visual Function part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This book presents and discusses graphics used in transmitting information and analyzing signs, graphs, and charts. The book focuses on the various ways information can be conveyed visually and ...
Open Here: The Art of Instructional Design part of SERC Print Resource Collection
P. Mijksenaar, P. Westentorp
This book contains hundreds of illustrations and diagrams showing the history of visual design as it pertains to the handling of technology. Instructional design is an important issue and sometimes ...
On Designing Comprehensible Interactive Hypermedia Manuals part of SERC Print Resource Collection
N. H. Narayanan, M. Hegarty
This project explores the use of multimedia for the specific application of developing instructional hypermedia manuals that explain how machines work. This paper describes a theoretical model for ...
Comprehension of Graphics part of SERC Print Resource Collection
W. Schnotz, R. W. Kulhavy
The Cambridge Handbook of Visuospatial Thinking part of SERC Print Resource Collection
P. Shah, A. Miyake
This book presents a broad overview of research on visuospatial thinking that can be used by researchers and students in both basic research and applied/naturalistic contexts.
The Visual Display of Quantitative Information part of SERC Print Resource Collection
E. R. Tufte
This book is a classic outline of how complex information can be presented through graphics, charts, and diagrams. Not only does the book show how to display numeric data graphically, it shows how to ...
Envisioning Information part of SERC Print Resource Collection
E. R. Tufte
This book focuses on informational design, but is also useful in designing other print media. Tufte uses historical examples of successful and failed visual communication of data and outlines several ...