thinking styles, learning styles, verbal thinking, visual thinking, logical thinking, imaginative thinking
Our research reflects the general tendencies and the challenges that develop when diverse thinking styles exist within any large organization, including libraries. After compiling and analyzing the various instruments used in this study, we concluded that the professional librarians in this sample tended to be verbally oriented and more satisfied with libraries than were the visual thinkers.
Original Publication Citation
Librarians: A Thinking and Learning Styles Portrait Library Administration & Management vol. 6, no. 4 (Fall 1992).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Squires, David; Hoopes, Helen K.; and Gillum, Gary P., "Librarians: A Thinking and Learning Styles Portrait" (1992). All Faculty Publications. 1182.
American Library Association
Harold B. Lee Library
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