Issues in Accounting Education

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 4, November

Editorial Staff of Issues in Accounting Education 1998-2001
Editor DAVID E. STOUT, Villanova University Editorial Assistant JOSEPH J. DACREMA, Villanova University Notes Regarding Case Submissions Articles submitted as case studies to Issues in Accounting Education should provide some evidence...
HCS: Designing a Balanced Scorecard in a Knowledge-Based Firm
ABSTRACT: The purpose of this case is to enable you to design a performance measurement system using a balanced scorecard. This case is based on factual issues and decisions faced by the real-world managers and employees of Holloway Consulting Services...
Laborers Local 829 Health and Welfare Plan: Testing Investments and Receivables
ABSTRACT: Laborers Local 829 serves as a multi-employer health care provider for union construction members. The case focuses on accounting situations that might be faced on an audit engagement. The purpose of this case is to provide you with a realistic...
Norwood Office Supplies, Inc.: A Teaching Case to Integrate Computer-Assisted Auditing Techniques into the Auditing Course
ABSTRACT: This case presents an introduction to using computer-assisted auditing techniques (CAATs). Specifically, this case integrates ACL audit software into the financial-statement auditing class. The case has three assignments. In assignment #1,...
The Role of Supplemental Instruction in the First Accounting Course
ABSTRACT: This study investigates empirically the role of supplemental instruction (SI) as a means of enhancing student performance in the first accounting course. SI is a proactive educational intervention program that targets traditionally "high-risk"...
Understanding Self-Regulated Learning and Its Implications for Accounting Educators and Researchers
ABSTRACT: Recommendations by the AICPA (1998,2000), AAA (1986), and AECC (1995) have focused on the need for the accounting professional to be a lifelong learner. Attributes and skills connected with lifelong learning may be promoted in accounting...
Using the Team-Learning Model in a Managerial Accounting Class: An Experiment in Cooperative Learning
ABSTRACT: This paper reports on an experiment at one university where the professor changed two lecture-based managerial accounting classes to cooperative learning classes based on the Team-Learning Model advanced by Michaelsen (1998). For the professor...
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