The History of the International Learning Styles Network and Its Impact on Instructional Innovation, Volume 90
This study describes how the International Learning Styles Network (ILSN) has prevailed for almost 25 years and expanded from a predominantly educational Network, comprised of Centers located in colleges and universities within the United States, to a worldwide Network, encompassing businesses and consultation Centers, located on four continents. With illustrations.
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