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Abstract: The authors investigate the relationship between student learning choices and learning styles in the use of an innovative learning environment for statistics. For teaching introductory statistics to first-year students in economics and business, Maastricht University uses a blended learning environment.
During a pilot experiment six part-time students from M0414 Financial Management of the master Health Services and Innovation (FHML-GW, January 5 to March 6, 2009) receive the available literature on the iLiad e-book reader in order to maximize their travel time output, because they can access the literature on the ‘road’ and make notes while [...]