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We have used the Let Me Learn (LML) Process which begins with the
Learning Connections Inventory (LCI)  for the past 4 years with great
success with all levels of students, from 1st year to med students and
adult learners.   The web version has been out for about 2 years and is
only $4.95.

Info on the entire learning system:
www.letmelearn.org

To take the LCI and order materials:
www.lcrinfo.com

Here is a quick intro, but you can learn much more on their websites:

The LML Process(r) is an advanced learning system that provides learners
with the means to articulate who they are as a learner, and then guides
instructors in developing the learning environment necessary for
students to employ their personal learning strategies with intention.
Learners who are a part of this advanced learning system learn to
intensify, modify, or forge the use of their learning processes into a
working partnership with their teachers and peers (Johnston, 1998).

This process has been studied extensively and has been utilized in
approximately 20 doctoral dissertations.  It is based on a much more
current and up to date theoretical model for understanding the
brain-mind connection that far surpasses older learning "styles" models.


It does require some training, but your time will be well spent. 

Pat
 
Patricia Maher, Ph. D.
Director, Student Learning Services
(formerly The LEARN Program)
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Ave.
Tampa, FL  33620-5089
813-974-9281
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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 1:34 PM
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Subject: Re: Online Learning Styles Assessment

I like vark-learn.com   There is a questionnaire button on the upper
right-hand side of the main screen.  The students complete a quick 20+
multiply choice questionnaire and click submit.  It will then break down
their learning styles numerically (the bigger the number the stronger
they are in that area).  Best of all, underneath their results are links
to additional information on each style which gives the students
strategies they can apply in-class, while studying etc.

Hope that helps,

Katherine


Katherine Fledderus, CDA, BSc, BEd
Learning Strategies Advisor
Learner Support Centre, SW210
Durham College and the University of 
Ontario Institute of Technology
905.721.3111 ext. 3609

-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 1:19 PM
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Subject: Online Learning Styles Assessment

Hi,

 

Could someone refer me to an online learning styles assessment for
college students? If the site is free or low cost, that would be
preferred. Thank you.

 

Karen Carmichael, Ed.D.

Associate Director, Learning Resource Center/Staff Senator

Loyola Marymount University

310-338-7696

 


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