Relation of Modal Preference with Performance in Adaptive Hypermedia Context: An Exploration Using Visual, Verbal and Multimedia Learning Modules

@article{Hazra2013RelationOM,
  title={Relation of Modal Preference with Performance in Adaptive Hypermedia Context: An Exploration Using Visual, Verbal and Multimedia Learning Modules},
  author={Arnab Kumar Hazra and Priyadarshi Patnaik and Damodar Suar},
  journal={2013 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Technology for Education (t4e 2013)},
  year={2013},
  pages={163-166}
}
Learning styles theories suggest that people learn differently, an important consideration for adaptive hypermedia learning platforms. Since on such platforms, mode of delivery of course material - visual, verbal or multimedia - plays an important role, this study considers learning styles in the context of adaptive hypermedia with the aim to identify if providing material according to one's learning style enhances performance. While some studies report positive results, others find no… CONTINUE READING

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