Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations publishes both non-empirical and empirical articles dealing with accounting pedagogy. All articles explain how teaching methods or curricula/programs can be improved. Non-empirical papers are academically rigorous, and specifically discuss the institutional context of a course or program, as well as any relevant tradeoffs or policy issues. Empirical reports exhibit sound research design and execution, and develop a thorough motivation and literature review, including references from outside the accounting field, where appropriate. Volume 16 examines the following topics: intelligent online tutoring, creating a cheat-proof testing and learning environment, information literacy in the accounting curriculum and cost accumulation in small businesses.
Is Intelligent Online Tutoring Software Useful in Refreshing Financial Accounting Knowledge?. Using Mini-Cases to Develop AICPA Core Competencies. Cost Accumulation in Small Businesses: Experiential Learning Project. The Importance of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) for Accounting Education. Perspectives on Information Literacy in the Accounting Curriculum. Teaching IFRS: Options for Instructors. Creating a Cheat-Proof Testing and Learning Environment: A Unique Testing Opportunity for Each Student. CALL FOR PAPERS. Copyright page. Advances in accounting education: teaching and curriculum innovations. List of Contributors. Advances in accounting education: teaching and curriculum innovations. Advances in accounting education: teaching and curriculum innovations. EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARD. WRITING GUIDELINES. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE.