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2017 Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section Midyear Colloquium

TLC Midyear Colloquium –Teaching and Learning Scholarship Track

 

  1. Editor panel. Panel of editors from accounting education journals discuss trends and openings in accounting education scholarship. Panelists: Thomas G. Calderon, Editor, Advances in Accounting Education; Natalie T. Churyk, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education; Marco Lam, Editor, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education; Alan Sangster, Editor, Accounting Education, and Valaria P. Vendrzyk, Editor, Issues in Accounting Education.

  2. Meet individually with accounting education editors/associate editors to discuss your research idea. Have you ever wondered if your idea would publishable? Or, do you have a manuscript that you would like to send to a journal but you aren’t sure where to send it to or if you are on the right track? Participants will have a unique opportunity to discuss research ideas with multiple editors/associate editors. Depending on the number of registrants, there may be special topic round-tables during rotation.  One of the potential roundtables (hosted by Norbert Tschakert) will provide information regarding accounting education awards.  Sign-up for one-on-one meetings is available after registering for the conference. Please register by September 30, 2017 to provide organizers with enough time for scheduling.

  3. Confirmed editors and associate editors to date: Natalie T. Churyk, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education; Dale Flesher, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Tim Fogarty, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Bonnie Klamm, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Marco Lam, Editor, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education;  Alan Reinstein, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Alan Sangster, Editor, Accounting Education, David E. Stout, Former Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education and former Editor of Issues in Accounting Education; Valaria P. Vendrzyk, Editor, Issues in Accounting Education; Don Wygal, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education

  4. Moving a research idea into reality. Experts share experiences on managing the publication pipeline. Have you ever wondered how some researchers are able to publish multiple articles each year, have multiple projects in the pipeline, and still have time for teaching and service?  You will have the opportunity to ask questions of prolific researchers and outstanding educators during this session. Panelists: Tim Fogarty, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; Alan Reinstein, Associate Editor, Journal of Accounting Education; David E. Stout, Former Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Accounting Education and former Editor, Issues in Accounting Education

  5. and 5. Current scholarship in accounting education. These sessions will illustrate how the authors developed their paper and why the reviewers evaluated the manuscript as worthy of potential publication. Therefore, authors and reviewers will present. Acceptance to the conference serves as an initial review for a special issue of the Journal of Accounting Education. A committee will screen initial submissions and send potentially publishable papers for review (not all manuscripts will be sent for review). Reviewers must be willing to complete initial reviews within 30 days.  Authors and reviewers are expected to register for the TLC Midyear Colloquium within two weeks of acceptance. Be on the lookout for the call for manuscripts and reviewers.
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