Learning Styles

Have you ever noticed that you find it easy to learn some kinds of material, but more difficult to learn other kinds of material?

Research shows that people differ rather widely in terms of their learning style, or how they learn -  that is, what may be easy for one person may be difficult for another.

This program is intended to raise your awareness of the different types of learning styles that exist.

Imagery depicts characteristics of left- and right-brain people.

Before you start, here are a few things to know.


  • The content of this program is presented in a single topic.
  • Your progress is monitored. You must successfully complete the topic to complete the program.
  • There are some questions at the end of the topic so you can evaluate your learning and identify information you would like to review. Don't worry, it's not a test and it's not graded. We call it a, "Check on Learning."


  • The program should only take about 60 minutes to complete.
  • Because there are no student accounts or retention of personal information, there is no bookmarking features. Users must complete the program in one session to be able to print a completion certificate at the end of the program.