Abstract. Since Novak & Gowin (1984) published Learning to Learn, concept maps (CM) have become increasingly popular as an educational tool. Even if the literature agrees that students need to be trained on how to create CM, we have found that researchers rarely describe the conditions under which students need to be trained- whether it was in a classroom setting or at a distance. This article presents the results of an analysis of the training needs of 21 students who built CM in a distance education course
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