Learning Style Inventories Links
URLs of learning style inventories from a Memo For Record from Jim Bills to investigate surveys or other methods to determine medical student learning styles.
1. Pelley: http://www.ttuhsc.edu/SOM/Success/LSTI.htm
A 28-item either/or type of electronic survey that results in a the same groups of rout items as the Paragon Learning Style Inventory.
An introduction of learning styles followed by a self-assessment multiple intelligences check list. No score given or assessment made. How student's weigh each section.
A 40-item survey which allows a student to self-assess learning style and weigh their styles as either/or being an introvert/extrovert, sensate/intuitive, feeler/thinker, judger/perceiver. Sixteen possible options which can be read about via a provided link.
A 44-item survey based upon both Myers-Briggs and Jung. It is easy to use, widely accepted, and provides a nice overview of a student's learning style.
5. Grascha-Riechmann: http://academic.cuesta.edu/wholehealth/disted/ls_invent.htm
A 60-item Likert scale series of statments to which students marked 1-5 (strongly disagree to strongly agree). After taking the survey, one receives a score (not a lot of explanation).
Learning Styles On-line: http://www.learning-styles-online.com/
A very thorough, 70-item survey that results in a graphic display of a student's learning style. Easy to take and the graph is an interesting result. Also allows you to compre your styles with others.
7. Memletics: http://www.learning-styles-online.com/
A very thorough, 70-item survey that results in a graphic display of a student's learning style. Easy to take and the graph is an interesting result.
31-items for which students indicate "often, sometimes, seldom." Results in a summary of student's style and provides learning strategies. Fast and easy to use.
9. LdPride.net: http://www.ldpride.net/learningstyles.MI.htm
10. VARK: www.vark-learn.com/english/index.asp
Thanks to Jim Bills, EdD. MS, Asst Professor, Med Ed and Admin, Office of Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine for reference to these resources.