Re: Why not use "learner" instead of "user"

Subject: Re: Why not use "learner" instead of "user"
From: "Julia Countryman" <julia -dot- countryman -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 14:20:14 -0800

I've heard the term "learner" used quite a bit when educators describe
children with different learning styles (i.e., auditory learner, visual
learner, etc.), but as far as referring to someone as a "learner" instead of
"user", I think of "student".

Julia

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References:
Why not use "learner" instead of "user": From: Craig Cardimon
Re: Why not use "learner" instead of "user": From: Barry Campbell

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