Enhancing the Accounting Major with Online Learning

Hershey Friedman Ph.D, Frimette Kass-Shraibman, Ph.D., CPA

Abstract


Accounting majors who wish to be successful in life must learn to acquire knowledge using all kinds of platforms. The belief that the only way people can learn is by classroom instruction is not supported by research. The authors show how online learning is an important tool for achieving the various goals of accounting education that should include creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking and problem solving. The authors conclude that the optimal method to teach accounting is by combining face-to-face learning with on-line learning.

Keywords


accounting education, hybrid courses;distance education; collaboration;creativity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v2i7.116

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