Author: Dr. Maureen Flores, Troy University

This study investigates university-level students enrolled in Web-based Principles of Accounting I classes, with a focus on student learning style as defined by Dunn and Dunn’s Learning Style Inventory. The results of this study may help administrators better understand the online learning experience by providing more insight into academic success in Web-based accounting classes according to student learning style preferences. Results will also offer professors insights into helping students attain their learning goals through appropriate course design. Finally, students will be able to assess their personal academic success capability in the online learning environment.

This article is from the Accounting Instructor’s Resource, an electronic journal that provides teaching tips and insights to those who teach accounting and other business courses.

Read: The Impact of Learning Styles on Academic Achievement in Web-Based Principles of Accounting Courses