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This interactive tutorial helps learners apply the principle of media capacities to a continuum, and address questions regarding the effective use of media capacities. The interactions involve using drag-and-drop to rank media from those that have the highest to the lowest symbolic carrying capacity, and responding to some reflective questions.
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