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Eighth International Network Conference (INC 2010)
Title: Exploration of Learner Preferences and their Impact Within a Media Module
Author(s): Ingo Stengel, Oliver Schneider, Udo Bleimann
Keywords: learner preference types, eLearning, module content production
Abstract: Learner preferences of the students have been analysed within two modules that have been given in the department of media using the Röll model. A qualitative analysis of the results of an online learner preference test based on Röll’s learner preference model has been conducted. This showed that for the majority of the students the revealed results were valid.
Starting from current methods used by the different learners within the learning process an aggregation helped to identify the methods and types of content that are predominantly used by students with certain learner preferences.
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