Was clark correct in his assertion that media do not

Q1 Was/Is he correct? Was Clark correct in his assertion that media do not influence learning way back in 1984? 1994? Considering the advance of technology and media in that time is he still correct today?

Q2: Are there other ways. Other than effectiveness (achievement) that new technologies and media can have an impact on learning?

Q3: Enthusiasm over evidence? Do you agree with Clark that many researchers have engaged in "triumph of enthusiasm over substantive examination"? Can you think of other examples?

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