How Learning Styles Can Withstand the Demands of Mobile Learning Environments?
Keywords:Adaptive learning system, Mobile Learning, Felder and Silverman Learning styles, Learning Styles
the contribution of learning styles is undeniable in the educational. Several learning styles exist in the literature. Their use in the field of e-learning remains limited to certain learning styles only. With rapid technological development, their use in e-learning systems has proven its worth, particularly in terms of personalizing learning paths. But with the transition to mobile technologies, it has become necessary to study how much use can be made of these learning styles in a mobile environment. In this paper we spread out the most relevant learning styles, while putting the focus mainly on the Felder-Silverman learning style models since they remain the most used ones in adaptive learning systems, and then we will analyze how well various learning styles can be modified to work within the limitations of mobile learning settings.
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