Submitting Campus

Daytona Beach

Department

Social Sciences and Economics

Document Type

Article

Publication/Presentation Date

12-2017

Abstract/Description

This study investigates whether research-based student learning outcomes (SLOs) are equivalent across various curriculum modalities. The study was conducted to assess student artifacts collected from undergraduate courses containing a gradable research-based assignment activity. The researchers of this study either led or participated in the effort to re-evaluate these graded assignments in an unbiased, verifiable approach and score their findings using levels of attainment or competency on a scale from zero to four, with zero being at the lowest and four being at the highest levels of competency. The raw data gathered were then tabulated and analyzed using statistical significance of the results that aided in answering the research questions posed in this study. The researchers hope that the results of this study will be useful in the consistent delivery of equivalent courses across various learning modalities.

Publication Title

Journal of Education & Social Policy

Publisher

Center for Promoting Ideas

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