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VARK Learning Styles Chart
Visual learners find that drafting an outline helps them to better understand how all the research pieces fit together.
Use images to help you with the research process. Be careful in your research: you may tend to put too much trust in the look of a website if it appears reliable.
Those who learn best by listening often find talking to librarians or other students is the best way to get help with research projects.
You may also find it easier to read text aloud to determine if the writer's argument is logical and the details to support the thesis are sound.
Read/Write learners enjoy reading texts and incorporating others' ideas into their own writing.
Spend some time thinking about what you read before you begin writing about it.
Kinesthetic learners like the physical activity involved with locating resources.
Modified and used by author's permission. Baldwin, Amy. The Community College Experience: Plus. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc., 2007. Print. Page 293.
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