Please Note: Submissions are Closed
Call for Submissions
The 58th Annual Meeting and 3rd Doctoral/New Faculty Consortium of the Ohio Region of the American Accounting Association will be held May 11 – 13, 2017 in Columbus (Dublin), OH. A limited number of rooms have been set aside for conference participants at the rate of $139 per night. If you are planning on attending, we suggest that you reserve a room early. For more hotel information, please Click Here. Accounting educators, doctoral students, and professionals are invited to submit completed manuscripts for presentation at the paper sessions.
Submissions will be accepted for the following sessions (click each link for session description):
Effective Learning Strategies (ELS) Poster Sessions
The deadline for these submissions is 11:59 pm EDT on
January 18, 2017 January 26, 2017. To submit your paper (or to volunteer as a Reviewer, Discussant, or Moderator), please CLICK HERE to access the system using your AAA member ID and password. If you have forgotten your AAA member ID/password, click here to retrieve them. If you do not have a AAA member ID/password, please click here to obtain AAA login credentials. Then create an account in this system, using your AAA login credentials. If you have difficulty logging in, please contact Suzanne Mullinnix email@example.com for assistance.
Submissions will also be accepted for the following:
Sharpen Your Teaching Skills sessions– Deadline: December 1, 2016
Panel sessions – Deadline: December 1 2016
Student Manuscript – Deadline: March 13, 2017
Paper sessions provide an opportunity for researchers to present and discuss completed papers or cases. Papers may be on any topical area of accounting using analytical, experimental, archival, behavioral, or any other approach. Papers can have an academic, practitioner or pedagogical focus. All submitted papers will receive double-blind review. Sessions will include three or four research papers with discussant(s). Each presenter/discussant will have approximately 20-25 minutes. Papers accepted to papers sessions will be considered for the following awards:
- Ohio AAA/Andrews Best Paper Award, sponsored by Youngstown State University
- Best Doctoral Student Manuscript Award (only authored by doctoral students), sponsored by Ohio University
- Best Gender Issues/Work Life Balance Paper Award (presented by the Gender Issues/Work Life Balance Section)
- Best TLC Education Paper/Case Award (presented by the Teaching, Learningand Curriculum Section)
Dialogue sessions provide an opportunity for researchers to present papers and cases that are in a developmental stage. Authors should indicate their interest in presenting in a Dialogue Session if they have specific issues or areas for further development they would like to discuss with fellow presenters and an audience. Researchers should submit their working papers along with a cover page that includes two or three carefully crafted questions that address specific issues of concern to the researcher. (Do NOT include author identifying information on the cover page.) For example, is there another statistical technique that could improve the data analysis? Are there additional variables that might influence the statistical outcomes? Dialogue sessions will allow presentation and dialogue for five papers with each presenter having 20 minutes for presentation and dialogue. The discussion will be facilitated by the Dialogue Facilitator and each presenter in the session will have access to a copy of each other presenter's submitted paper for dialogue contribution. Presenters and audience members will be asked for suggestions to improve the working papers in the session. Papers may be on any topical area of accounting using analytical, experimental, archival, behavioral, or any other approach. Papers can have an academic, practitioner or pedagogical focus. All submitted papers will receive double-blind review.
Effective Learning Strategies (ELS) Poster Session
The ELS Poster Session showcases ideas, teaching strategies and education innovations that support learning in accounting. It offers an interactive format for presenters to engage colleagues and exchange ideas and resources. Poster display sizes and display space will be determined at a later date and presenters will be notified directly of those specifications.
Sharpen Your Teaching Skills Sessions
This track of sessions is designed to offer new ideas and best practices in teaching FOR region members, BY region members! Submit your proposal for a mini-workshop presentation, or for a teacher panel, and share your knowledge and experience with your peers. The deadline for submitting Teaching Session proposals is Monday, November 7. Submissions should be sent to Wei Li; firstname.lastname@example.org and should include:
- 150-200 word description of the session, and what attendees will learn from attending it
- Identification of session format (panel, workshop), and who the presenters/panelists will be (NOTE: you will be responsible for leading the session at the meeting)
- Time requested for session: 50, 75, or 100 minutes (indicate which time lengths are possible, and which are optimal)
Space on the program is limited, so please also indicate whether or not you could convert this proposal into an Effective Learning Strategies (ELS) Poster to present at the meeting.
Proposals for Panel Discussions may be in any accounting area dealing with accounting regulation, research methods, curriculum, teaching-related issues, or on any other topic which is likely to be of interest to both accounting academics and/or professionals. Please send your proposals for Panel proposals directly to Tim Miller; email@example.com by 11:59 pm EST, Monday, December 1, 2016