How to Teach a Dedicated Data Analytics in Accounting Capstone Course
Friday, March 24, 11:00 AM ET/10:00 AM CT
Data Analytics is changing the business world—data simply surrounds us! Between the industry demand for data analytics skills and the new CPA exam requirements, it is vital that accounting programs incorporate data analytics skills into their accounting curriculum. Dedicated Data Analytics courses give students the needed skills in data analytics to prepare them for their future careers. Join our author team Vern Richardson, Ryan Teeter, and Katie Terrell during this webinar as they discuss their Data Analytics for Accounting, 3e, text, where it fits into the accounting curriculum, the resources available to teach the course, and how its innovative lab structure provides hands-on experience with specific analytics techniques and technologies.
Four Ways to Engage Students with Emerging Technology with Author John J. Wild
Friday, March 24, 12:00 PM ET/11:00 AM CT
Join author John J. Wild (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Jonathan Wild (University of Wisconsin-Parkside) as they show the new digital updates for the Wild franchise. These updates include algorithmic and auto-graded data analytics and visualization resources, and cutting-edge auto-graded Excel activities that do not require software! These tools motivate introductory students and excite them about the relevance of accounting.
The presenters also show state-of-the-art video technology that you can use to engage students in their introductory courses. These innovative videos keep students enthused about accounting and are key to student success. The presenters demonstrate these exciting videos in a new accounting cycle review used to reinforce the foundations of the introductory course.
Join us in an important conversation on engaging students in Introductory Financial and Managerial Accounting!
QuickBooks Online with Donna Kay
Friday, March 24, 1:00 PM ET/12:00 PM CT
Please join author Donna Kay and the McGraw Hill team to learn about the exciting new materials coming in the 4th edition of Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks Online. A new, ongoing project, chapter and exercises quick checks, detailed solutions, and the latest changes to the QBO software will all be discussed.
Integrating Audit Practice into Your Auditing Courses
Friday, March 24, 2:00 PM ET/1:00 PM CT
Join authors Pennie Bagley of Appalachain State University and Allen Blay of Florida State University in a discussion on the challenges of teaching Auditing. Instructors are faced with the challenge of not only having a large body of standards to cover to prepare students for the Uniform CPA Examination, but also demands from employers to prepare their students for audit practice. In this webinar, the authors discuss ways to integrate audit practice into your auditing courses using resources from the Louwers, et al. 9e textbook. We will show how we use the extensive auto-gradable, author-created data analytics cases, which can be used in a variety of software, including Excel, IDEA, and Alteryx. We also discuss the Updated Auditor and Updated Classroom, two continually updated online supplements that provide instructors with practical and current examples to bring into their classrooms. Finally, we discuss the comprehensive Apollo Shoes case that is designed for instructors who want to simulate an audit and can easily be used piecemeal. Instructors will be provided with a comprehensive chart of resources available by topic, and sample syllabi for both undergraduate and graduate auditing courses.
Using Introductory Financial Accounting for Driving Students to the Major
Friday, March 24, 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM CT
The accounting profession currently faces a crisis of too few accountants and too few accounting students. Today’s students are looking for careers that have meaning and are inspiring. At the same time, companies are asking for students with skills in data analytics, financial analysis, critical thinking, and problem solving. In this session, we’ll discuss how to inspire students to see the deeper meaning of financial accounting. We’ll discuss the tools available to help reinforce accounting concepts and develop skills they’ll need for a career in business. Now is the perfect time to make sure your Financial Accounting course is driving students to the major.
Effective QuickBooks Online Teaching Methods
Friday, March 24, 4:00 PM ET/3:00 PM CT
Carol Yacht and Matthew Lowenkron will demonstrate a pre-built course for QuickBooks Online. Matthew teaches QuickBooks Online on-campus and online at Glendale Community College. Matthew will demonstrate QBO setup and his course requirements. Carol will show DAVE: data metrics, analysis, visualization, and evaluation. The topics they plan to cover are: