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Use of imagery/visuals in teaching

21 March 2020

This survey is designed to establish the extent to which academics across the disciplines use images in parallel with the spoken and written word in their lectures and other teaching. The research is driven by two issues: a recognition that our students are embedded and come to us from the most visual of human history (Mitchell 2004; Felten 2008; Ingledew 2011); and that all sighted people engage and learn visually through the brain's dual-processing cognitive architecture (Mayer et al 2014; Pai


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About the researcher

David Roberts currently works at the School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University. David does research in multimedia learning, specifically, images with similar legitimacy to text, based on the dual processing character of the human brain

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