University Student Perceptions and Learning Outcomes of an Experiential Audit Project
Margie Ness LaShaw, Brad Sago, Tara Lambert

The purpose of the research is to highlight an experiential learning project used at a university that benefits both students and the university through an auditing experience. The article examines benefits of experiential learning and highlights the perceptions of students on the importance and value of the audit experience. The results, which included assessment for gender differences, found that males were able to report and demonstrate a greater enhancement of their learning, without diminishing the learning among females.

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