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VARK Theory for E-learning Course Design [Infographic]

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Learners prefer different learning styles to process information. The learning styles theory, VARK, introduced in 1987 by Neil Fleming, stands for visual, auditory, read/write, and kinesthetic (in short, VAK) styles.

To understand these terms in the context of e-learning course design, check our infographic below.

VARK Theory for E-learning Course Design [Infographic]

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