Editor’s note: Donald Clark takes a look at the work of Richard Mayer and Ruth Clark who wrote e-Learning and the Science of Instruction in 2003. The book covers seven design principles: multimedia, contiguity, modality, redundancy, coherence, personalisation, and practice opportunities and Clark argues it is a must-read for anyone designing elearning.
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