How to Teach Your Accounting Course Online

At Wiley, we are very aware of the challenges facing ANZ Universities around COVID-19 and the fast growing need to move to remote learning. To support the higher education community, we are hosting a live webinar on How to teach your Accounting course online.

During this free 75-minute webinar, our expert panel, led by Jacqueline Birt from UWA, will share best practices for online education and how they use it in their own courses:

  • Dr Frank Liu (UWA): Teaching an introductory finance class remotely
  • Jodie Maxfield (JCU): Engaging students in an online environment
  • Matt Dyki (Uni of Melbourne): Coupling student video presentations with a live Q&A
  • Dr David Bond (UTS): Embedding interactive elements in online classes
  • Demi Wang (Uni of Melbourne): Delivering randomised online practice sets for Xero
  • Dr Amanda White (UTS): Developing engaging content for learning audit
  • Nikki Schonfeldt (UWA): Mastering threshold concepts in consolidations through adaptive learning

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About the speakers:

Professor Jacqueline Birt is a renowned Wiley author and the Head of School, Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Western Australia. She is also head of the Financial Reporting Interest Group, AFAANZ.

Dr Frank Liu is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Western Australia.

Jodie Maxfield is a Business, Law and Governance lecturer at James Cook University.

Matt Dyki is Teaching Fellow in the Department of Accounting at the University of Melbourne.

Dr David Bond is Senior Accounting Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Demi Wang is an Accounting Teaching Assistant at the University of Melbourne.

Nikki Schonfeldt is an Accounting and Finance lecturer at the University of Western Australia.

Amanda White is a Senior Accounting Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney.