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This is a reference-based site that lists books and other resources for specific catagories such as ADD, dyslexia, general academic subjects (e.g., reading, written language, spelling), and study skills. Also included is access to free articles about helping struggling students, seminar schedules, and a newsletter.
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Date Added to MERLOT: February 04, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 22, 2015
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Submitter: Suzanne Miller

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Avatar for Irene Mueller
12 years ago

Irene Mueller (Faculty)

This site has an online learning styles inventory that could be useful to
students who are trying to decide if they can benefit from distance
education/online learning. In general, if a student is
linguistic/visual/intrapersonal, then they should succeed in distance education.
If a student tends to kinesthetic, auditory, interpersonal learning styles,
then traditional face-to-face learning may be more appropriate.
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13 years ago

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