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a.1.Explaining itself; capable of being understood without explanation.
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In other words, learners are better able to distinguish between main concepts and secondary ideas during the self-explaining process and thus seductive details are processed at a minimum level or even sifted out.
Tapping into the full potential of the web and building a platform that is accessible and findable, self-explaining and comprehensive, living up to the service objectives (awareness, understanding and credibility) is the foundation for the future.
The Xaver 100 is considered too much a self-explaining system to require a training course.
This edition of UVO adds these self-explaining features: geo-fencing, speed alert, curfew alert, and driver score.
Whereas similar methodologies such as think-aloud (Cerdan & Vidal-Abarca, 2008) aim to capture natural processing that would occur regardless of the think-aloud process, self-explaining is generally assumed to modify comprehension and learning processes (Chi et al.
where [epsilon] is the error term; and Communist (inclusive of past and present) and Muslim are self-explaining dummies.
It's smooth, it's elegant," Schumacher says, adding, "The 1850 building is very self-explaining, very logical, and then suddenly you're in another world underneath the garden.
Self-explaining video guides and comprehensive technical support are also at your disposal.
The second route involves the acceptance of a self-explaining universe (but we are still left not knowing why this self-explaining system is the one that exists).
Self-explaining and easy to use with context menus, property sheets, wizards, selection boxes etc.
In the United States, some traffic calming techniques apply the self-explaining philosophy and potentially can be used more broadly.