You are automatically given a membership to the Learning Styles Community when you purchase licenses. It's free and there are no obligations, so you do not need to ever actively participate in the Community.
- Place a digital photo of yourself somewhere on your computer.
- Go to www.learningstyles.net and login using your account information.
- Once logged in, click on the link in the left column labeled "Your Member Profile". It should be the first on the list.
- You will then be on your member page. Click on the link that says "Update Image" underneath the image on the right.
- You will then be brought to an Edit Your Profile page. Under the heading "Submit a new Image for Upload" click on the BROWSE button.
- This will open a dialog box showing your computer's hard drive. Please locate your photo and double click on it.
- This will place your photo's location in the text box. Then click the blue "UPLOAD" button.
- Go to: www.learningstyles.net
- Login with your e-mail address and your current password
- Once you are logged in, click Your Member Profile on the left
- Once you are in Your Member Profile, click "Edit Your Profile" under the photo
- Type in your new password (twice)
- Click the Update button at the bottom
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The International Learning Styles Network fosters life-long academic, intellectual, and personal success through the promotion and dissemination of research, information, publications and other resources focusing on learning, teaching, and productivity styles. The Learning Styles Network was formed in 1979 through an agreement between St. John's University (NY) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP). By 1987, interest in learning style and Network membership had become so widespread that the Board of Directors voted to establish affiliated Centers. Today, these Centers exist throughout the United States and abroad. The Learning Styles Community on this website brings educators from around the world together to learn more, interact with one another and gain access to valuable teaching resources.