REMOTE LEARNING UNDER THE COVID-19 SOCIAL DISTANCING: REFLECTIONS AND A NETNOGRAPHY STUDY
Keywords:COVID-19, Remote learning, Social distancing, Netnography, Accounting.
The purpose of this work is two-fold. First, it intends to discuss and reflect on the transition from face to-face to remote learning in accounting education because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And second, it presents the results of a netnography study conducted at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil (March and April of 2020). I also provide some personal experiences during these times. In section 2, I provide key technology resources I found helpful for accounting instructors and students. In section 3, I discuss the implications for instructors and students brought by the COVID-19. I especially appreciate the effors that both instructors and students are doing to keep their academic lives going, despite all the adversity. In section 4, I describe a netnography study in which I examined data from a graduate students’ Facebook community. And in section 5, I report closing thoughts.
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