Inferring Learning Style From the Way Students Interact With a Computer User Interface and the WWW

@article{Sanders2010InferringLS,
  title={Inferring Learning Style From the Way Students Interact With a Computer User Interface and the WWW},
  author={David A. Sanders and Jorge Bergasa-Suso},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={613-620}
}
Recent significant advances in automatically predicting user learning styles are described. The system works with new client-based systems that filter Web pages and provide easy, structured, focused, and controlled access to the Internet. A first system called iLessons was embedded within Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and provided teachers with tools to create lesson Web pages, define zones of the Internet that could be accessed during a lesson, and enforce these settings in a set of computers… CONTINUE READING