Results of the study showed main effects and interaction between two independent variables. Nevertheless, only the performance difference between two MRT groups was significant. There was no evidence of significant performance difference between different work instruction treatment groups. Less than one third of participants favored the work instructions provided, which might directly affect the learning outcomes of the remaining participants. More participants preferred having step-by-step procedural work instructions than the other two; around one third of participants preferred a combination of all three presentation strategies.Another 3-minute period was then given for questions 11 to 20 afterward; the participants were not allowed to go back to change the answers of the first 10 question. At the end of the second 3-minute session, the scantron sheets and the testanbsp;...
|Title||:||Using Design Features as Visual Cues to Support Mental Rotation Activities in Manual Assembly Operations|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|