There is a concern as to whether instruction demonstrates positive learning outcomes when a variety of technologies is implemented to complement different styles of learning. Accurately identifying the learner�s characteristics and then matching these learning styles to a specific instructional method have not been adequately researched to recognize any real results. In addition, past research has conflicting results regarding efforts devoted to instructional strategies that complement individual learning styles and whether these efforts have any affect on learning outcomes. This study will attempt to determine whether students who have identified their learning styles and have followed their recommended learning path demonstrate favorable learning outcomes when presented with course material using the appropriate technology enhanced delivery methods. In addition, the study will examine the difference in learning outcomes from the traditional and online learner. Finally, this study will examine the difference in learning outcomes between students who have identified their learning styles and those who have not.