Effects of matching media presentation modes with learners' preferred perceptual modes : implications for software design.
Choy, Seng Kim.
Date of Issue2004
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
This study looks at the effectiveness of customising courseware and software to match the learning styles of the adult user. Information was presented in four perceptual modes: auditory, visual, tactile and kinaesthetic and the subjects were tested on their ability to recall the information. In addition, there were three levels of information presented: nonsensical words, real words and sentence.
DRNTU::Library and information science::General
Nanyang Technological University