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Difficulties Dyslexics have when Learning Statistics: An Initial Study of Computer-Based Media Effects on Learners who have Dyslexia

This workshop run by DDIG (Dyscalculia and Dyslexia Interest Group) will cover the study into the effects that computer-based media can have on learners who are dyslexic.

With regard to e-learning materials, the effect media combinations have on learners may vary according to their individual differences. An aim of the initial study was to determine if different media combinations could affect dyslexic learners' understanding.

There will also be an opportunity for questions and discussion.

Cost: Free.

Date: 02 December, 2003
Venue: Coventry University, Coventry, England.
Event website: http://ddig.lboro.ac.uk/pages/events.html
Contact email: ddig@lboro.ac.uk

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