The European Learning Styles Information Network - An International Forum
Listed below are abstracts from the ELSIN 2001 conference.
If you require a reprint of the full paper, contact the author. Email addresses are provided in most cases.
Steve Armstrong, University of Hull, UK.
Trevor Barker, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Philip Bonanno Junior College, University of Malta, Malta
Professor Gillian Boulton-Lewis Lynn Wilss, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
John Bradbeer, University of Portsmouth, UK
Explaining Academic Achievement Amongst Students in Higher Education: Learning Style, Academic Self-Efficacy, Academic Locus of Control, Computer Self-Efficacy and Perceived Proficiency as Determinants of Final Degree Classification.
Simon Cassidy University of Salford, UK.
┼ge Diseth, University of Bergen, Norway
Angus Duff, University of Paisley, UK
Carol Evans, Institution: Kingston Grammar School, UK
An investigation into the concept of a 'good' teacher - based on the views of students and lecturers at a University Business School.
William Fisher University of Hertfordshire, UK
Using the Dunn and Dunn Learning Styles Model in Family Learning Classes
Foufou Savitzky South Bank University UK
Martin Graff, University of Glamorgan, UK.
Leo GŘrtler University of Tuebingen, Germany
Andrea Honigsfeld, Ed.D. Molloy College, USA.
Harry Hubball, Ph.D, University of British Columbia, Canada
Harry Hubball, University of British Columbia, Canada
Learning situations and individual uncertainty orientation
Guenter L. Huber University of Tuebingen, Germany, Anne A. Huber Paedagogische Hochschule Weingarten, Germany.
Open and distance language learning: implications of individual learning styles and strategies for course design and learner support
Stella Hurd Open University, UK.
Evaluation of using Computing and Information Technology. Do students learning styles affect their evaluations?
Anne Jelfs, Prof. Chris Colbourn, University College Northampton. UK.
The Little and Often Principle
Timely and Iterative Feedback in Management Learning:
An Empirical Analysis
Bryan Jones, Mammed Bagher, Dearne Valley Business School, Doncaster, UK.
The relationship between learning preference profile and academic achievement in first year BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy students
Clare Kell, Robert van Deursen, Department of Physiotherapy Education, University of Wales College of Medicine:, Cardif. UK.
Cynthia Klein and Alison Swabey, South Bank University, UK
Namasiku Liandu, Dundee Business School, UK
Steve Love, University of Portsmouth, UK.
Learning Outlooks in small firms
Dr Lynn Martin University of Central England, Dr Alison Halstead Coventry University, UK.
Dr. Lynn Martin, University of Central England, UK, Dr. Alison Halstead, Coventry University, UK, Dr. Lesly Cooke, Technickon South Africa.
Brian Miller Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, UK
The Mercury Model; an astrological approach to learning styles
Chris Ogilvie, Institution: Astro Innovation, Cumbria: Helyn Connerr BA MSc Professional Astrologer
The effect of cognitive styles, and educational computer environments on learning performance.
Adrian Parkinson, Dr.T.Redmond, Dept of Computer Science ,Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Rachel Percy, University of Reading, UK.
The Structure and Reliability of Riding's Cognitive Style Analysis Test
Elizabeth Peterson Ian J Deary Elizabeth J Austin, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, UK.
Developing Reflection in Post-Graduate Management Education
Gary Pheiffer Ms M Green, Senior Lecturer, University of North London. UK.
Frances Reynolds, Brunel University, UK
Andrew Roberts, Cardiff University, UK
John Roodenburg The University of Melbourne, Australia
Building Excellence Through People╔The Learning Individual Learning Styles and Performance Practices
Susan M. Rundle, CEO and President, Performance Concepts International, Ltd. -- International Learning Styles Center, USA, Dr. Colin Hankinson, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Eugene Sadler-Smith, Plymouth Business School, UK.
Innovating a traditional university curriculum towards guided independent learning : potential, effects and congruency problems in relation to learning styles and other student characteristics
Tammy Schellens & Martin Valcke, Ghent University, Belgium.
Sarit Segal, Levinsky College of Education, Tel Aviv, Israel
LONG-DISTANT LEARNING AND SOCIAL NETWORKS.
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE SOCIAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT OF ON-LINE STUDENTS
Gurmak Singh, Vincenza Priola, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
The Typologies of Successful and Unsuccessful Students in Academic Subjects using the Perspectives of Students' Metacognitive Awareness and Actions in a High School Environment in Tennessee
Dr. Wade Smith Ms. Eucabeth Odhiambo and Ms. Hebatella El Khateeb, Tennessee State University, USA.
David Spicer, University of Bradford Management Centre, UK
Georgia Stephanou, Technological Educational Institution, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Dr Jacqueline Taylor, Bournemouth University, UK
Learning Styles and the Engineering of Learning Experiences
John Traxler University of Wolverhampton. UK.
Professor Mike Watts, University of Surrey, UK
Wai-Ming Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
Undergraduate and PGCE Learning Preferences
Janis Jarvis and Derek Woodrow, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK