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Hypertext and Learning Styles
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Electronic Library Volume 11, Number 1, ISSN 0264-0473

Abstract

This project was designed to provide a framework for user evaluation of software packages and hypertext environments in terms of the extent to which they provide flexibility for learners to follow their preferred learning styles. Evaluation was carried out in relation to hypertext packages, learning styles and outcomes, and system design. (four references) (EA)

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Ellis, D. (1993). Hypertext and Learning Styles. Electronic Library, 11(1), 13-18. Retrieved October 14, 2019 from .

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