Learning Styles and Attitude Towards E-Learning Among University Undergraduate Students in International Program in Bangkok Thailand

Shannel Lee Mandreza Faderogaya, Natalie Chantagul


The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between learning style in terms of
instructional preference, social interaction, information processing and personality in e-learning in terms of visual, auditory and tactile; and attitude towards e-learning among undergraduate students in international program in Bangkok Thailand. A total of 300 respondents participated in a demographic questionnaire survey using the Learning Style Scale, Learning Style Inventory-Likert and E-learning Acceptance Scale for data collection. Regression Analysis was utilized to analyze the collected data. The result of the study finds that there is a relationship between learning styles and attitude towards elearning among undergraduate university students in international programs in Bangkok Thailand in terms of instructional preference, information processing as well as visual and tactile personality style.


E-learning; instructional preference; social interaction; information processing; visual; auditory; tactile.

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