Researchers were interested in which form of teaching was more effective: online or face-to-face. A sample of 20 participants was randomly assigned to one of two classes: online or face-to-face. The study lasted 4 weeks. At the end of the 4 weeks the students took a 50-question multiple-choice test to see which group learned more along with an evaluation to measure their satisfaction on a 5-point scale (1=not satisfied; 5 = extremely satisfied) with the learning experience. It was predicted that learning online would be more effective than learning in the face-to-face classroom.