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2013 ASEE International Forum Proceedings
In this paper, we compare the learning styles of college students and professionals in design, engineering and business at various universities and organizations around the world. We focus on learning styles as defined by David Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory, and also consider factors such as gender, ethnicity, and discipline. We collected data from undergraduate-level and graduate-level students and also present data gathered from industry professionals in various design, engineering, anddoi:10.18260/1-2--17231 fatcat:wxxmuur46rfpvlr6i5zdcs5lvy