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February 02, 2012


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Hi AJ,
I had the same kind of results as you did (even-ish scores across multiple styles). I wonder if there is a study somewhere about two eLearning courses presenting the same topic, but with one course catering strongly for a particular thinking style, and then how effective this was for learners with a predominance for that style. I don't think the difference would be much, certainly not enough to justify doing 7 or so different version of the same course. What are your views?



I'm not aware of such a study, but I would definitely not do multiple versions of the same course. I would instead try to pinpoint a majority learning style ahead of time and cater to that.

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