Development of a Mapping Program to Teach Online-Based Financial Accounting Courses During the COVID-19 Pandemic


The purpose of this research was to develop a mapping program for online-based teaching, using the instructional learning design based on ICT. Developing the mapping program consisted of three stages: the analysis stage, design stage and development stage, where each step had an output that supported the process of content development of the learning media. This mapping program is expected to support online learning for the Financial Accounting course during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Keywords: Financial Accounting, Mapping Program, Online-Based Financial Accounting Courses

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