The Influence of Learning Style Preferences on Student Success in Online vs. Face-to-Face Environments
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Aragon, S., Johnson, S. & Shaik, N. (2000). The Influence of Learning Style Preferences on Student Success in Online vs. Face-to-Face Environments. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (pp. 17-22). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This study compared the relationship between learning style preferences and learner success of students in an online course with an equivalent face-to-face course. Comparisons included motivation maintenance, task engagement, and cognitive controls. Results revealed significant relationships between preferences and course success on five constructs for the face-to-face students and no significant relationships for the online students. Overall, the findings suggest that students can be equally successful in face-to-face and online environments regardless of learning style preferences.
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