McGraw Hill Accounting Spring 2024 Webinars

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Take Your Financial Accounting Course to the Next Level!
Friday, February 23, 2024, 9:00 AM ET/8:00 AM CT

Join the Edmonds author team and open the door to new teaching best practices that will take your Financial Accounting courses to the next level. The authors will discuss methods they use to engage students in various formats (face-to-face, online, and hybrid) and streamline their workflow. Additionally, the authors show two approaches to teaching financial accounting and discuss the pros and cons of teaching with and without debits credits. With over 100 years of combined teaching experience, the Edmonds team has figured out how to make teaching easier and more effective. They are eager to share their tips with you! They will dive into tools that will prepare your students for their future careers, as well as resources you can use to improve your course. Are you ready to bring your course to the next level?

Unleash the Power of Data Analytics in Accounting
Friday, February 23, 2024, 10:00 AM ET/9:00 AM CT

Your students need analytics in the accounting curriculum, and we can help! We have two award-winning Accounting Analytics courses ready to go! We take the stress off the teaching with McGraw Hill Connect®-ready labs with step-by-step instructions and hundreds of supporting videos, PowerPoints, datasets, autograded homework and quizzes, test banks, and pre-built Connect courses. Please join our author team Vern Richardson, Ryan Teeter, and Katie Terrell to learn all about our introductory solution, Introduction to Data Analytics in Accounting, 2e, and advanced solution Data Analytics for Accounting, 3e.

Hear About a Dynamic All-New Cost Accounting Text Featuring Data Analytics!
Friday, February 23, 2024, 11:00 AM ET/10:00 AM CT

Have you ever thought about teaching Cost Accounting from a data analytics perspective? We’ve listened to hundreds of instructors who’ve described how they’d like to teach Cost differently, and we’re excited to tell you all about our all-new textbook, Cost Accounting: A Data Analytics Approach (available now!). This new approach will help you infuse your Cost Accounting course with cutting-edge data analytics for decision-making. Join authors Margaret Christ, Kip Holderness, and Vern Richardson as they show how their new textbook takes a data analytics approach to teaching Cost Accounting. This text focuses on traditional Cost topics while also including McGraw Hill Connect®-ready, hands-on labs (using Excel, Tableau, and Power BI) that will bring students’ understanding of Cost Accounting to the next level. The authors provide step-by-step instructions and 100’s of supporting videos, PowerPoints, datasets, autograded homework and quizzes, test banks, and pre-built Connect courses. Learn how you can begin using Cost Accounting: A Data Analytics Approach to revolutionize your course.

Financial Accounting for Everybody, with Flexibility, Resources, and Tools to Make Your Teaching Easier
Friday, February 23, 2024, 12:00 PM ET/11:00 AM CT

You teach financial accounting to a wide variety of students, across multiple majors and programs. These students have varying needs—and you, as instructors—do too. For some classes, you need debits and credits, but not so for other classes. For some classes, you need real-world cases, Excel, live dashboards, and visualizations. For some classes, you need video instruction and autograded exercises. For all classes, you need a book with the flexibility and resources to support you.

We invite you to join Wayne Thomas and Michael Drake as they discuss teaching financial accounting to many audiences using Financial Accounting for Managers, the newest book in the Spiceland/Thomas franchise.

This book was written with decision-making in mind, focusing on understanding and using financial accounting information to make business decisions. Flexible pedagogy allows instructors to use or not use debits and credits, to adjust depth of coverage in each chapter, and to focus on analysis of real companies with each learning objective. With a wide variety of over 100 real-world autograded cases and career readiness content in McGraw Hill Connect® (including Data Analytics and our seamless integration of live web-based Excel!), this book is a must see for Financial Accounting.

Phillips: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting: Engaging students with the 8th edition!
Friday, February 23, 2024, 1:00 PM ET/12:00 PM CT

Join Shana Clor-Proell, co-author of Phillips: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, as she presents the latest features of the 8th edition. In addition to a pedagogical approach that follows the natural evolution of a start-up company and has a proven effect on student success, the new edition ensures student engagement. Shana will highlight the expansive video library, vibrant illustrations, stories about real-world companies, and newly-expanded data analytics resources. These features make it easier than ever for accounting majors and non-majors to experience the full value of accounting. Don’t miss out on this engaging and fun presentation!

5 Ways to Supercharge Our Pipeline & Ignite Student Passion for Financial Accounting
Friday, February 23, 2024, 2:00 PM ET/1:00 PM CT

Join author John J. Wild (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and teaching innovator Jonathan Wild (University of Wisconsin-Parkside) for a timely and energizing conversation on engaging students.

Discover strategies and tools we use in Financial Accounting to excite students and bolster our accounting student pipeline. Our discussion offers insightful tips for engaging students and showcasing how we use the following cutting-edge tools in the classroom:

  • Engaging videos
  • Inspiring real-world assignments
  • Enticing Data Analytics (including Tableau)
  • Motivating autograded Excel tools
  • Stimulating entrepreneurial hooks

Seize this opportunity to elevate your teaching and inspire your students in Financial Accounting, ensuring a robust pipeline of future accounting professionals.

The Evolution of Accounting Information Systems
Friday, February 23, 2024, 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM CT

Accounting systems, technology, and analytics are continuing to take center stage in the accounting profession, CPA exam, and in the accounting curriculum. Join distinguished Professors Vernon J. Richardson, Janie Chang, and Rod Smith, authors of the fourth edition of Accounting Information Systems, to hear how they address hot topics such as cybersecurity, AI, data analytics, RPA, and blockchain, along with essential AIS topics such as business processes, database management, and internal controls. Learn about the integrated projects and a variety of practical methods for incorporating software tools such as Tableau, Power BI, Alteryx, and UiPath to foster hands-on learning and promote real-world experience.

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