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June 29, 2011 07:54
It is human that we are hardwired to understand and retain spoken words better
Than the text material, and human retentivity for video
Is far superior to retention of spoken
Words. At the same time, the rate of absorption
Of vider with speech is far better
Than text read. In conclusion, learning
More in lesser time.
Of course video storage requires much larger
Space than text, also, wideo transmission consumes much larger
Bandwidth than text, but advancing technologies
And larger cheaper mass storage devices will
Over come this.
Dr kr chowdhary
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