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Intelligence Revisited – what recent research reveals

As noted in my other blog entries, my research, writing, and consulting work over the past decade has focused on collective human characteristics called “individual differences” and what that means to people in the roles of customers, users, and learners. … Continue reading

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Mashups, Maps, and Multimedia

In my research on learning styles, a strong preference for the visual presentation of information was revealed. This finding led me to experiment with visual support for what is otherwise a text-dominated informational environment in my online courses. One area … Continue reading

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