You’ve probably put a lot of thought into WHAT you learn, but you may also be interested in HOW you learn. A learning styles inventory gives you a glimpse into the way your personality plays a role in how you acquire and use information.
Interested in HOW you learn? Check out these sites. We encourage you to speak with an Instructional Counselor for more information.
Learning Style Assessment: This easy to use inventory created by Marcia Conner can help you assess your own approach to learning and how you take in information.
Motivation Style Assessment: This straightforward assessment developed by Marcia Conner can help you determine what drives you to action and what is the reason behind why you want to learn.
Direction Style Assessment: This short checklist developed by Marcia Conner can help you identify if you prefer to learn from the big-picture or in a more detailed way.
Engagement Style Assessment: This simple quiz created by Marcia Conner can help you determine how you prefer to engage with others when you learn.
Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire: A 44-item questionnaire that can be submitted and automatically scored on the Web. The questionnaire was developed by Dr. Richard M. Felder and Barbara A. Soloman of North Carolina State University.
Learning Styles and Strategies: A handout that briefly explains the results from the Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire, and to gives the user learning strategies specific to his or her learning style. This was created by Dr. Richard M. Felder and Barbara Soloman of North Carolina State University.
The VARK Questionnare: A questionnaire that provides users with a profile of their learning preferences. These preferences are about the ways that they want to take-in and give-out information.
The VARK Helpsheets: These helpsheets provide learning strategies for each learning style identied by the VARK Questionnaire.