Learning Styles and Student Attitudes toward Various Aspects of Network-based Instruction
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 16, Number 4, ISSN 0747-5632
Describes a study conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School to determine student attitudes toward various aspects of network-based instruction. Discusses Internet technology; Web-based education; online learning; learning styles; and results from Kolb's Learning Style Inventory, the Hidden Figures Test, and a number of multivariate procedures. (Author/LRW)
Federico, P.A. (2000). Learning Styles and Student Attitudes toward Various Aspects of Network-based Instruction. Computers in Human Behavior, 16(4), 359.
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