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How to Recognize Plagiarism

Practice: 7 of 10

Please read the original source material carefully and then select the entry, either (A) or (B), that you think has not been plagiarized.

Original Source Material: Interactive multimedia instruction brings mediated instruction from more than one source to bear on an instructional problem which the learner experiences as integrated (although sometimes complex) medium. We can think of it in terms of many single inputs, with one multi-channel output. The instruction may contain motion images from a video disc, computer animation, text screens, and sound from a compact disk, for example, but the instruction is a tapestry woven from these sources. The learner experiences the tapestry, not the individual threads.

Source: Schwier, R., & Misanchuk, E. (1993). Interactive multimedia instruction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

(A) Designers had realized by the mid-1990s that the various forms of media, previously viewed as separate, were put together in multimedia instruction to form an integrated experience for learners.

 

(B) Designers had realized by the mid-1990s that the various forms of media, previously viewed as separate, were put together in multimedia instruction to form an integrated experience for learners (Schwier & Misanchuk, 1993).

Reference:

Schwier, R., & Misanchuk, E. (1993). Interactive multimedia instruction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

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