Learning styles and cognitive traits - Their relationship and its benefits in web-based educational systems

@article{Graf2009LearningSA,
  title={Learning styles and cognitive traits - Their relationship and its benefits in web-based educational systems},
  author={Sabine Graf and Tzu-Chien Liu and Kinshuk and Nian-Shing Chen and Stephen J. H. Yang},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={1280-1289}
}
Different learners have different needs; they differ, for example, in their learning goals, their prior knowledge, their learning styles, and their cognitive abilities. Adaptive web-based educational systems aim to cater individual learners by customizing courses to suit their needs. In this paper, we investigate the benefits of incorporating learning styles and cognitive traits in web-based educational systems. Adaptivity aspects based on cognitive traits and learning styles enrich each other… CONTINUE READING
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