At Kean University, Adaptive Teaching Taxonomy (AT) methodology was previously used in research courses to expand traditional lecture based instruction. This approach had been restrictive since targeted teaching methods did not fully address student learning needs in the classroom. In spring 2017, an integrated electronic learning approach was piloted in Senior Biology Capstone sections. It was proven effective, since students in the electronically enhanced Capstone courses had earned higher final grades than those attending traditional sections. SPSS t-test results were significant at .01 with Electronic Delivery yielding a higher mean score (3.6/4.0) than Traditional Delivery (2.26/4.0) results.
Knezek, Claudia and James, Roxie, "The Impact of Integrated Delivery on Undergraduate Biology Research Course Outcomes" (2017). NERA Conference Proceedings 2017. 2.