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Emergency remote teaching (ERT) through online learning was adopted by the higher education system worldwide to provide students with ongoing education during the Covid-19 pandemic. This paper explores students’ perceptions of the functioning of online classes during the ERT period and how these...
Globally, higher education institutions were forced to use online assessments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the fast-paced transition to online assessments at the time, the authors saw a unique opportunity to explore accounting educators’ experiences and perceptions of assessments...
In this study, we explore how accounting doctoral students fared during the pandemic. We survey accounting doctoral students from Canada and the United States and perform quantitative and qualitative analyses of the responses. We situate our research within social cognitive theory, and our...
Recruiting talented individuals to the accounting profession has long been a concern of accounting educators, practitioners, and professional accounting associations in both developing and developed countries. In this exploratory study, we examine whether providing non-business college students...
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