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Deadline: 30 June 2020
Special Issue Call for Papers
Lecture Capture: Application, Benefits and Challenges for Accounting Education
Some of today’s students are becoming increasingly accustomed to blended classrooms that integrate both traditional and digital modes of learning. Universities in some countries are adopting lecture capture to add value through increased content, instruction, clarification and flexibility. Lecture capture is being explored as a pedagogical tool to supplement course materials and strengthen the comprehension of accounting concepts. While largely viewed as beneficial throughout the current literature, questions have surfaced as to whether the introduction of lecture capture, both auditory and through online video platforms, has decreased in-class attendance while increasing educator costs.
Thus, Accounting Education invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to Lecture Capture in Accounting Education, to explore the dynamic function of technology in accounting education, course instruction, educator application, and student performance. Research topics appropriate for this special issue include, but are not limited to, the following themes:
- Benefits and limitations of lecture capture in different countries
- Challenges and best practices in using lecture capture
- Impact of lecture capture on student performance
- Impact of lecture capture on class interaction and engagement
- Student perceptions of lecture capture
- Suitability of lecture capture for different types of accounting classes
- Strategies for adapting or developing content suitable for lecture capture
- Supplementing lecture capture with online resources
- Innovations in lecture capture and post-lecture editing processes
The editors of this special issue welcome high-quality and well-informed manuscripts of varying research methods and theoretic approaches. Submissions for this special issue close on June 30, 2020. Early submissions are welcome. All submissions should be made electronically through the online submission portal and in accordance to Accounting Education’s policies and style. We look forward to your submissions as guest editors of this special issue.
Norbert Tschakert , Gassett-Schiller ’83 Professor of Accounting
Bertolon School of Business
Salem State University, Salem, United States
Janice Hollindale, Assistant Professor of Accounting
Bond Business School
Bond University, Robina, Australia