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Dispelling the Myths of Generalized Online "Best Practices": What Approaches are Best for Accounting Classes Taught Online

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Title:Dispelling the Myths of Generalized Online "Best Practices": What Approaches are Best for Accounting Classes Taught Online
Authors:Nancy Albers
Amy Wren
Tami Knotts
Keywords:Online
Accounting Education
Best Practices
Covid 19
Date Issued:18 Aug 2020
Abstract:The Covid 19 pandemic forced US institutions of higher learning to seriously and aggressive consider the best methods for teaching our courses without the luxury and familiarity of a classroom. For many, the experience of teaching online was new and uncomfortable. In the midst of the rush to online, a great deal of reliance was place on theoretical best practices for online courses. Now that pressure has lessened, it is an appropriate time to consider if the information we have been given really represents "best practices."
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/70554
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