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Tim Mavin Griffith University Information Services
2 Expectations Concrete Experience (CE) Abstract Concepts (AC) How we prefer to grasp new information
Information Services 3 Active Experiment (AE) Reflection Observation (RO) How we transform this new information
Information Services 4 Learning Styles Accommodator CE + AE Converger AC + AE Assimilator AC + RO Diverger CE + RO Concrete Experience (CE) Abstract Concepts (AC) Active Experiment (AE) Reflection Observation (RO)
Information Services 5 Concrete Experience Reflective Observation Active experiment Abstract Concepts Learning Cycle
Information Services 6 Management 1. Planning 2. Organising 3. Leading 4. Controlling
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