A new framework for e-learning using Learning Style and Personality

Nida Denphaisarn

Abstract


This paper presents the new framework for providing the appropriate contents for users in an e-learning system based on their Learning Style and Personalities. For seek best practice in e-learning Design. A large number of research attempts personalize contents based on users in an e-learning system. Most research focus only personalize e-learning based on learning style. In order to differentiate users from each other, users behaviors both observable and unobservable are introduced. The relationship between e-learning content and users behaviors such as personality is determined by groups of users. The researches on e-learning contents and learning style are reviewed. The final framework for e-learning contents using learning style and personality is developed and tested by unseen groups of e-learning users. The results show significant improvements of users satisfactions with e-learning contents using users learning style and personality


Keywords


e-learning, learning styles; personality types; personalize e-learning; instructional design

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