Learning from text as well as learning from examples can be described by knowledge construction and knowledge integration episodes. The specific knowledge construction processes that operate on examples are, however, quite different from the specific knowledge construction processes that operate on the sentences of a text. In learning from text, elaborative and deductive processes are important, and in learning from examples, inductive and abductive inferences are important. Despite these differences, essentially the same situation knowledge can be acquired from either one of the two materials. The experiments of the previous chapter confirmed these predictions in different ways. More specifically, it was shown that identical learning results can, indeed, be obtained by diverse knowledge construction processes, when the learners have an identical learning goal and the learning materials have been developed to be informationally equivalent, according to the assumptions of the KIWi model.