Mass Customization: Designing for Successful Learning
International Journal of Educational Technology Volume 2, Number 2, ISSN 1327-7308
Examines how learning orientation (meta-level learner-difference profiles) accounts for significant variance, effects, and interactions in a Web learning environment. Results demonstrate useful ways to differentiate the audience before designing solutions and environments that carefully consider the impact of emotions and intentions on learning. (AEF)
Martinez, M. (2001). Mass Customization: Designing for Successful Learning. International Journal of Educational Technology, 2(2),.
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