(2003). Interaction as enquiry: learning with layered dynamic media.
In: Rauterberg, G.M.; Menozzi, M. and Wesson, J. eds.
Human-Computer Interaction: INTERACT '03.
The Netherlands: IOS Press, pp. 936–939.
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The interactivity afforded to the learner by the computer based media is often fairly restricted. This may be by design choice but is often brought about by resource constraints. The new layered media forms give educational media developers an opportunity to provide richer forms of interactivity, and some of the issues related to changes in the way that interactive materials might be created are discussed. The distinction is made between the interface viewed simply as an information source and the interface regarded as an environment to be manipulated and explored.
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