The fifth volume in a ""AAHE and Campus Compact's"" series on service-learning in the disciplines, this volume focuses on curriculum reform in accounting programs based on goals identified by accounting educators and describes specific implementations across the accounting curriculum. This is a practical guide with real solutions for both accounting educators and students.
PART ONE: THEORETICAL ESSAYS ON SERVICE-LEARNING IN ACCOUNTING: Service-Learning: An Active-Learning Approach for Accounting Education by D.V. Rama; Service-Learning: The Accountants for the Public Interest Perspective by Wayne G. Bremser; ""What I Do, I Understand:"" Service-Learning in Accounting Curricula by William L. Weis; Service-Learning in Accounting: A Department Chair's Perspective by Alfonso R. Oddo; PART TWO: IMPLEMENTATION APPROACHES: Service-Learning: A 'Free Enterprise' Model for Accounting Faculty by Curtis L. DeBerg; Expanding the Boundaries of Accounting Education Through Service-Learning by Lynn M. Pringle; Service-Learning in Accounting: A Role for VITA Tax Programs by Janice Carr; Tax Assistance Program Provides Service-Learning at Notre Dame and St. Mary's College by Ken Milani; Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and the Use of Technology by Nathan Oestreich, Carol Venable, and Martha Doran; Service-Learning Project in the Accounting Information Systems Course: Implementation without the Benefit of Hindsight by Alfred R. Michenzi; Reaching Our Goals Together in Service-Learning: A Multi-Semester Accounting Information Systems Course Implementation by Margarita Maria Lenk; Service-Learning in a Capstone Course by James W. Woolley; Teaching Professional Accounting Ethics With Service-Learning by Susan P. Ravenscroft;Student Consulting Organizations: An Alternative Approach to Service-Learning by Timothy S. Mech; Service-Learning Projects in Accounting: Implementation Strategies by D.V. Rama; Afterword: Service-Learning in Accounting Education by Paul Locatelli.