The usefulness and interactions of WebCT from an Accounting student's perspective
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This chapter examines student responses to the usefulness of online coursematerials available through WebCT in an introductory accounting unit.Of particular importance was whether students felt that WebCT providedthe key interactive opportunities for effective teaching and learning asoutlined by Moore (1993). Results showed that students overwhelminglyfelt that WebCT was useful and provided efficient interactions betweenthe content and the learner. WebCT also has the potential for effectiveinteractions between the instructor and the learner. Among learners,however, these are yet to be fully realized. Given the dearth of research inthis area, the findings have implications for faculty members, students,and university administrators.
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