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    The paper presents an investigation about the learner s cognitive profiles in the context of Tapejara Project1. In this investigation, we have assumed that the learner s Cognitive Style of Learning (CSL) actually influences his/her cognitive behavior while performing a long distance Web course. The paper describes the empirical procedures used to generate the learners cognitive profiles and his/her associated learning behavior that must be considered in the adaptive Web training environment. The training target population refers to the Telecommunications Company s employees. The learner s CSL assessment was obtained from the statistical analysis of the Ross Test data 14. The CSL learning behavior was obtained from the statistical analysis of the navigational log data in an experimental training module designed for this purpose. The statistical results have shown five CSL groups, their style dimensions and the correlation between each CSL group and their navigational behavior in the Web training module.

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    Title : Towards an Adaptive Web Training Environment Based on Cognitive Style of Learning: An Empirical Approach
    Author(s) : Maria Aparecida M Souto, Regina Verdin, Ricardo Wainer, Milton Madeira, Mariusa Warpechowski, Karine Beschoren, Renata Zanella, Juarez Sagebin Correa, Rosa Maria Vicari, José Palazzo M De Oliveira
    Abstract : The paper presents an investigation about the learner s cognitive profiles in the context of Tapejara Project1. In this investigation, we have assumed that the learner s Cognitive Style of Learning (CSL) actually influences his/her cognitive behavior while performing a long distance Web course. The paper describes the empirical procedures used to generate the learners cognitive profiles and his/her associated learning behavior that must be considered in the adaptive Web training environment. The training target population refers to the Telecommunications Company s employees. The learner s CSL assessment was obtained from the statistical analysis of the Ross Test data 14. The CSL learning behavior was obtained from the statistical analysis of the navigational log data in an experimental training module designed for this purpose. The statistical results have shown five CSL groups, their style dimensions and the correlation between each CSL group and their navigational behavior in the Web training module.
    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2002

    Affiliations UFRGS
    Editors : Paul De Bra, Peter Brusilovsky, Ricardo Conejo
    Conference_title : Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive WebBased Systems Second International Conference AH 2002 Malaga Spain May 2931 2002 Proceedings
    Volume : 2347
    Publisher : Springer
    Pages : 338-347
    Url : http://link.springer.de/link/service/series/0558/bibs/2347/23470338.htm

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