Using Technology to Broaden Student Understanding

January 19, 2018 James Bowen

 

I recently spoke with Professor Kyle Anderson of Clemson University. Professor Anderson is a unique intersection between accountancy and technology, and, between practitioner and academic. In this podcast, he discusses his approach to use technology to move his students beyond the mechanics of accounting and to develop a more significant system-level understanding. He includes practical ideas for implementing such a strategy in other courses.

Your host, ​James Bowen, is an author, professor, and CEO of Experiential Simulations a producer of simulations for teaching entrepreneurship, project management, and ethics.

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