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Abstract The use of business case studies has been promoted frequently as a method for providing realistic learning scenarios and for developing accounting graduates who are active and independent learners. This article extends a recent study into the use of case studies (Adler et al.2004,...
Abstract Given the continuing interest concerning both the use of case studies and learning styles in accounting education, the recent papers by Adler, R., Whiting, R.H. and Wynn-Williams, K. (2004), and Wynn-Williams, K., Whiting, R.H. and Adler, A. (2008) in this journal are to be welcomed....
The Comment of Duff, Dobie and Guo (forthcoming) offers variable usefulness. At its best, Duff et al.'s Comment makes an earnest attempt to promote dialogue and debate. For example, their Comment offers new ways to reconceptualize our two papers, and further offers challenges to how the research...
Abstract This paper reports on an exploratory study to elicit the impact of internships on accounting students: what interns had learnt; the process by which they learnt; the effect of what had been learnt on their expectations of the accounting profession; and their choice of a future career....
Abstract This Teaching Note reports on the support available in textbooks for graphicacy that will help students understand the complexities of graphical displays. Graphical displays play a significant role in financial reporting, and studies have found evidence of measurement distortion and...
Abstract This study provides a comparison between the preferred learning modes (traditional, interactive, group case-based lectures) of international and domestic students undertaking a new undergraduate accounting topic at an Australian university. A Likert-scale survey questionnaire was used...
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