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Assessing The Comparative Effectiveness of Teaching Undergraduate Intermediate Accounting in the Online Classroom Format

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Title:Assessing The Comparative Effectiveness of Teaching Undergraduate Intermediate Accounting in the Online Classroom Format
Authors:Rich, Anne
Dereshiwsky, Mary
Author Affiliation:Anne J. Rich- Central Connecticut State University
Mary I. Dereshiwsky - Northern Arizona University
Date Issued:2011
Abstract:This paper presents the results of a study assessing the comparative effectiveness of teaching an undergraduate intermediate accounting course in the online classroom format. Students in a large state university were offered an opportunity to complete the first course in intermediate accounting either online or on-campus. Students were required to complete several objective homework assignments and write an essay on what is means to be a professional. In addition, students were asked to report their progress in achieving seven stated objectives of the course. Students in the online course performed as well as students in the on-campus course.
Pages/Duration:14 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/69211
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections: TCC 2011 Proceedings


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