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Learning Styles Community
Learning style is the way in which
each learner begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information (Dunn and Dunn, 1992; 1993;
1999). The interaction of these elements occurs differently in everyone. To reveal these natural tendencies and styles, it
is important to use a comprehensive model of learning style that identifies each individual's strengths and preferences across
the full spectrum of physiological, sociological, psychological, emotional, and environmental elements.
Connecting Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences Theories Through Learning
May Ying Chau,
Oregon State University
Abstract: Although the Dunns’ learning styles and Gardner’s multiple intelligences
theories are two distinct areas of research, they do not oppose each other and can be used together to improve learning. The
design of this tutorial is an attempt to integrate students’ learning styles and their unique blend of intelligences
in the library research process.