I have worked, since my doctoral studies, on studying the effect of using time-compression algorithms in multimedia learning environments. This body of research is concerned with studying the effects of time-compression and other relevant variables (e.g., multimedia principle, redundancy principle) on learning and satisfaction. As it turns out, the average human being speaks at about 150 words per minute, but has the capacity to listen to much more per minute. Thus, this research looks at efficient and effective methods of incorporating this technology into multimedia learning environments.

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