Learning effectiveness is a commonly explored area of accounting education research. As the educational environment is continually changing and evolving, research on learning effectiveness will continue to be an area of great interest to accounting faculty and administrators alike. This essay explores five categories of change in accounting education: changing content and curriculum, changing content delivery methods, changing classroom environments, changing student demographics, and changing measures of learning and performance. Within each category, we discuss the changes and suggest future research to examine each aspect of learning effectiveness.

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