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This website is designed to share information on the Interaction Equivalency Theorem posited by Terry Anderson (2003) and on research that has used the theory.

In a nutshell the theory posits that if any one of student-student, student-teacher or student-content interaction is of a high quality, the other two can be reduced or even eliminated without impairing the learning experience–thus creating means of developing and delivering education that is cost affordable for all of us.

The theory can act as an heuristic for instructional designers seeking to create learning designs that are both effective and affordable.

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