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Many researchers agree that considering learning styles increases the learning progress and makes learning easier for students. Learning management systems (LMS) are very successful in e-education but do not incorporate learning styles. As a requirement for taking learning styles into consideration in LMS, the behavior of students in online courses needs to be investigated. In this paper, we analyze the behavior of 43 students based on their learning styles and predefined patterns of behavior.doi:10.1109/smap.2006.13 dblp:conf/smap/GrafK06 fatcat:xc3k4fheyrdxbmzt25jmdio6va