On-Line Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management: Using Learning Outcome Statements to Design Projects
The number and use of on-line investment Web sites have been increasing, along with students' competency in Internet use. In this article, the authors address effective ways that instructors can enhance student learning in investments classes by using an Internet-based project that familiarizes students with on-line investment analysis and portfolio management tools. The project also reinforces topics typically encountered in most investments and business courses. The authors suggest how the project's learning outcome statements can be rewritten to invoke higher cognitive levels.
Pettijohn, James B., Gay A. Ragan, and Kent P. Ragan. "On-line investment analysis and portfolio management: Using learning outcome statements to design projects." Journal of Education for Business 78, no. 4 (2003): 185-190.
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Finance and General Business