Acceptability of Accounting Learning and Teaching through the World Wide Web
This paper considers the effectiveness of web-based learning and teaching and appraises whether it could provide the appropriate medium to create an efficient and robust learning environment for accounting students. Changes in learning styles of students were evaluated and it is suggested that the model put forward in this paper has engendered a move to more autonomous learning on the students.
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