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Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations Vol: 5

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12 Aug 2003
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
320 pages - 150 x 225 x 32mm
Advances in Accounting Education


Advances in Accounting Education is a refereed, academic research annual whose purpose is to meet the needs of faculty members interested in ways to improve their classroom instruction. It publishes thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant and reliable. Articles are peer-reviewed and may be either empirical or non-empirical. They emphasize pedagogy, i.e., explaining how faculty members can improve their teaching methods, or how accounting units can improve their curricula/programs. The series examines diverse issues such as software use, cultural differences, perceptions of the profession, and more.
Learners as designers - a hypermedia authoring project as an instructional strategy in accounting, J.L. Ammons, S.K. Mills; Make student feedback meaningful - customizing course critiques, J.M. Thornton, M.J. Hornyak; The use of peer tutors in introductory financial accounting, J. Dillard-Eggers, T.C.Wooten; How to stimulate learning in large classes, K.K. Jensen, J.R. Segovia; Developing personal competencies through service learning - a role for student organizations, G.L. Cook, et al; Assessment of introductory accounting courses - the key to continuous improvement, M.F. Cornick, et al; Core competencies - mapping the vision-aligned academic framework into the vision project, N. Barsky, et al; Effective accounting instruction - a comparison of instructor practices and student perspectives, D.S. Kerr, L. Murphy Smith; Validity check on the accounting prerequisites within the business curriculum, H. Turetsky, G. Weinstein; Students' perceptions of learning in a Web-assisted financial statement analysis course, M. Abdolmohammadi, et al; What should accounting doctoral programs focus on? An economic perspective, R. Doogar; Rethinking AIS - an innovative financial information systems curriculum, J. Callaghan, et al; Using problem-based learning to promote skill development in the accounting classroom, C.D. Edmonds, et al; Creating a custom-published textbook to facilitate curriculum change: an example from advanced accounting, D.W. Massey, J. van Hise; Cooking the books or managing earnings - students draw the line, L.F. White; A beginner's guide to internet-enhanced financial accounting courses, L.W. Dudley, R.R. Kopel.

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