Examining the online learning experiences of accounting students to inform post-Covid teaching practices
Dr Sarah Yang Spencer and Miriam Edwards
Faculty of Business and Economics
Since COVID, lecturers endeavoured to replicate learning experiences online: resulting in synchronous and asynchronous learning activities occurring remotely. This disruption presents pedagogical opportunities and shapes the future expectations of students. This presentation describes the findings from interviewing ten accounting students based on their subject experience in an online setting during Semester 2, 2020. Students were asked to reflect on the benefits and challenges from their online study of the subject, as well as their perceptions of the future state of teaching delivery in post-COVID.
This Zoom presentation was part of the Melbourne CSHE Teaching and Learning Conference 2021 held on Wednesday 2 June 2021.