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Impact of Thinking Styles on Learning Functions in the Online Environment
International Journal for Infonomics
In this study we examine the connection between thinking styles and learning function and satisfaction of students participating in academic E-learning courses. We also examined the connection between computer experience/skills and gender differences to these variables. The research included 188 B.A. students using the HighLearn system. The data was collected using questioners which examined thinking styles, prior experience with computer/internet applications, and views regarding on-linedoi:10.20533/iji.1742.4712.2014.0106 fatcat:x57bpqsh5vdf7kqasi2e5fzvjy