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Abstract Research shows that the perceptions that people hold are an important influence on career decisions. This study examines Irish secondary school students' perceptions of the work of an accountant and the accounting profession. Students are found to hold a traditional view of the...
Abstract This paper describes the background, design process, and implementation problems encountered during the first year of use of an asynchronous internet-based on-line assessment system on an introductory accounting course. The on-line assessment system was both summative and formative in...
Abstract Accounting programmes are being challenged (e.g. Albrecht and Sack, 2000) to make accounting curricula more relevant and to present assessment data regarding the efficacy of course and curricular offerings. In addition, assessment is embedded in current accreditation standards in the...
Abstract Following the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), details from the submissions of each institution were made available to the public for the first time via the Internet, thus facilitating a greater degree of scrutiny of the results than had hitherto been the case. The purpose of...
Abstract This paper examines the relationship between constructed gender, approach to learning and academic performance for 121 final year students at the Robert Gordon University in Scotland. Data was collected from two cohorts of students, namely Accounting and Finance students and Business...
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