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Identifying Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems by Using Indications from Students' Behaviour

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Identifying Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems by Using Indications from Students' Behaviour
Making students aware of their learning styles and presenting them with learning material that incorporates their individual learning styles has potential to make learning easier for students and increase their learning progress. This paper proposes an automatic approach for identifying learning styles with respect to the Felder-Silverman learning style model by inferring their learning styles from their behaviour during they are learning in an online course. The approach was developed for learning management systems, which are commonly used in elearning. In order to evaluate the proposed approach, a study with 127 students was performed, comparing the results of the automatic approach with those of a learning style questionnaire. The evaluation yielded good results and demonstrated that the proposed approach is suitable for identifying learning styles. By using the proposed approach, students’ learning styles can be identified automatically and be used for supporting students by co...
Sabine Graf, Kinshuk, Tzu-Chien Liu
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICALT
Authors Sabine Graf, Kinshuk, Tzu-Chien Liu
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