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비대면(Untact) 수업의 운영 실태 및 개선 방안에 관한 연구 - 세무회계 관련 학과를 중심으로. (Korean)

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      A Study on the Operational Status and Improvement Plan of Untact Classes -Focused on Departments related to Tax & Accounting. (English)
    • Abstract:
      The spread of COVID-19 has caused confusion in the education field as it has led to the implementation of untact classes without preparation. The purpose of study is to find ways to effectively design and operate untact classes for tax accounting department. The survey and FGI were conducted on professors and learners. As a result, video classes through lecture shooting and PPT-based video conversion were the most utilized. Students prefer these two types most, because they can learn repeatedly regardless of time and space. The improvement measures are as follows. For video classes that reflect various characteristics of the subject, supporting for equipment and human resources is needed, and for professors, teaching support for untact classes and education on equipment manipulation is needed. Continuous Quality Improvement for untact classes should be overhauled. In the future, in-depth research is needed to various majors, this will help find ways of untact classes suitable for the characteristics of the subjects. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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