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   * Modality effect can be used to enhance learning   * Modality effect can be used to enhance learning
-  * Strength of the modality effect is moderated by the level of element interactivity of the materials. +  * Strength of the modality effect is moderated by the **level of element interactivity** of the materials. 
-  * Strength of the modality effect is moderated by the presentation pacing: effect is stronger for system-paced materials, and weaker for self-paced materials((See also: [[http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​10.1111/​j.1365-2729.2009.00335.x/​abstract|Witteman,​ M.J., and E. Segers. The modality effect tested in children in a user-paced multimedia environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 26, no. 2: 132-142. 2010.]])).+  * Strength of the modality effect is moderated by the **presentation pacing**: effect is stronger for system-paced materials, and weaker for self-paced materials((See also: [[http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​10.1111/​j.1365-2729.2009.00335.x/​abstract|Witteman,​ M.J., and E. Segers. The modality effect tested in children in a user-paced multimedia environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 26, no. 2: 132-142. 2010.]])).
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