An investigation into student satisfaction, approaches to learning and the learning context in Auditing
School of Accountancy
Arguably, the audit course is one of the most challenging as it links prior accounting knowledge with new audit knowledge that students are generally not exposed to. A mini-audit group project was implemented at a New Zealand university, and a learning approach and learning experience survey instrument was administered. Responses from 98 students suggest that they perceived the learning experience positively and were encouraged to adopt a deep approach to learning. The findings have implications for accounting educators in the design and development of learning and assessment strategies in an audit course.
Accounting and Finance
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Chiang, Christina; Wells, Paul K.; Fieger, Peter; and Sharma, Divesh S., "An investigation into student satisfaction, approaches to learning and the learning context in Auditing" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5502.