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Saye, John W., and Thomas A. Brush. “Student Engagement with Social Issues in a Multimedia-supported Learning Environment.” Theory and Research in Social Education 27(4) (1999): 472-504.


Explores high school students' responses to a problem-based U.S. history unit. Investigates whether multimedia-supported learning assists students in overcoming obstacles to problem-based learning. Focuses on how the multimedia environment was used, the meaning of the learning experience, and how students' responses compared to those students who did not use the multimedia resources.