Richard E. Mayer

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Richard E. Mayer
Many people have opinions about PowerPoint, but few can speak on the topic with the authority of Richard E. Mayer, Ph.D., professor of psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Named the most prolific researcher in the field of educational psychology, Richard is the author of 18 books and more than 250 articles and chapters. His 12 years of research in multimedia learning and problem-solving have important implications for PowerPoint users.

Here’s a list of links on where he has been featured:

Presentation Management 03: Visual StorytellingPresentation Management 03: Visual Storytelling
May 8, 2019

Voice Effect MarshallingVoice Effect Marshalling
February 05, 2008

The Cognitive Load of PowerPoint: Interview with Richard E MayerThe Cognitive Load of PowerPoint: Interview with Richard E Mayer
January 20, 2004

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