“…is a useful resource for all those who are involved in designing and developing e–learning experiences. (IACET Review
"This book clearly points the way to improving learning environments and ensuring that e–learning is accessible, relevant, and effective." (Technical Communication, August 2003)
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“Their first edition was a landmark work. This new edition is even better. Too many guidelines for instructional design are based on opinion or an attempt to be consistent with some philosophical position. It is most refreshing when one of the world′s most respected learning researchers teams with the premier translator of scientific findings to produce a set of e–learning guidelines based on empirical research findings. Both novice and experienced instructional designers will observe more effective and efficient learning from their instructional products if they implement the guidelines in this book.”––M. David Merrill, visiting professor, Florida State University “As a scholar–practitioner, e–Learning and the Science of Instruction has been an invaluable resource. Clark and Mayer have a knack for placing theory into applicable and practical examples of instructionally sound e–learning. In the last 4 years, I have used this book as a reference for several e–learning courses and as a manager of several instructional designers. Quite frankly, our field needs more evidenced–based examples of instructionally sound e–learning and less of the ‘wow’ factor!”––Gina Ann Richter, president, GO–Learning Inc. “This book is required reading in my graduate–level Instructional Media Design course. As an instructor, I appreciate the sound empirical basis for the book’s e–learning guidelines. The students, on the other hand, are grateful for the clear, concise language used to describe the guidelines, which makes their application straightforward.”––Robert K. Atkinson, psychology in education, Arizona State University