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Illustrating the lecture: Prepared diagrams versus built-up diagrams

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Maddox, H. ; Higher Education Research Unit, New South Wales, Australia ; Loughran, R.J.

Protected illustrations are often less effective than the use of a chalkboard in the classroom because of their complexity, frequent poor quality, and lack of accompanying time allowed for copying or notetaking. Progressive build-up of complex diagrams coupled with oral explanation can alleviate these faults.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-21 ,  Issue: 1 )