The European Learning Styles Information Network - An International Forum

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ELSIN: An Introduction

The European Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN) is an association of researchers, educationalists and trainers interested in the theory and application of Learning Styles.  ELSIN was founded in 1995 at the University of Birmingham during a Learning Styles conference organised by the Assessment Research Unit in the School of Education.  ELSIN is an inter-disciplinary body attracting members from a wide range of disciplines and professional contexts.  An executive committee has been established to co-ordinate the management of ELSIN - contact may be made by email to either:

Steve Armstrong       or     Steve Rayner


ELSIN: Its Purpose

The existence of ELSIN is a response to growing interest in the area of individual differences within the field of human performance.  The relevance of this aspect of psychology for a wide range of researchers and practitioners is reflected in the variety of the association's membership.  It is hoped that this broad base will continue and contribute to a rich exchange of inter-disciplinary perspectives.  It is also hoped that a similar exchange will occur between researchers and practitioners involved in any application of a knowledge of style differences in human performance.

The stated aims of ELSIN are to:

  • further opportunity for research and development in Learning Styles
  • promote collaboration with practitioners in various contexts
  • enable the dissemination of information about Learning Styles
  • promote international collaboration in research and development
  • facilitate events which will realise the aims of ELSIN


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