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Herman Dwi Surjono, “The Effects of Multimedia and Learning Style on Student Achievement in Online Electronics Course”, The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology ISSN: 2146‐7242, January 2015, Vol 14, Issue: 1, pp: 116-122
This experimental study investigated the effects of multimedia preferences and learning styles on undergraduate student achievement in an adaptive e-learning system for electronics course at the Yogyakarta State University Indonesia. The findings showed that students in which their multimedia preferences and learning style matched with the way the material presented in online electronics course have higher scores significantly compared to those in which their learning mode were mismatched. The difference happened both in adaptive and non-adaptive online courses.