A Framework for Automatic Identification of Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems

  title={A Framework for Automatic Identification of Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems},
  author={Ignacio N{\'u}{\~n}ez M{\'a}rquez and Luis-Felipe Rodr{\'i}guez and Guillermo Salazar Lugo and Lu{\'i}s A. Castro and Manuel Domitsu Kono},
  journal={Res. Comput. Sci.},
A current concern of modern societies is the quality of their educational systems. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are tech- nological tools that have been used to improve and extend the tradi- tional educational system. Although LMSs have greatly beneted from technological advances, this type of educational platforms are still in need of mechanisms to provide virtual educational environments in which students are considered the main actor in the design of the learning pro- cess, thus… 

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