Intensive Data and Analytics Summer Workshop
for Accounting Courses and Programs
at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport June 10-13, 2019
This intensive data and analytics workshop is designed for experienced D&A, AI, and Blockchain faculty as well as faculty looking for opportunities to incorporate data analytics tools and mindset into their financial, managerial, audit, and tax courses and accounting programs. The workshop is a place for faculty to focus their teaching talents on the why and how-tos of data and analytics, AI, and Blockchain in preparation for Fall 2019 classes.
The workshop will consist of invited (TED talk format) plenaries and concurrent hands-on course specific, case and tech tools application sessions related to audit, financial, managerial, tax, and other accounting practices. If you have developed a unique exercise, case, active learning exercise, online tool, or other pedagogical innovation using D&A, AI, Blockchain, or other tech tools you’d like to share, this workshop is for you! We encourage you to contribute to the program by submitting creative and innovative session and poster proposals and by volunteering as a session moderator.
While submissions are welcome for all data and analytic related areas, submissions are particularly encouraged for:
- Master class sessions (50 or 100 minutes) that facilitate hands-on activities, including projects, cases, and modules for Auditing, Financial, Managerial, Tax or other Accounting learning outcomes that faculty can implement in the fall.
- Posters that showcase teaching strategies/program curricula/course syllabi innovations that support the learning of D&A, AI, or Blockchain. This interactive format allows for presenters to engage personally with colleagues and exchange ideas and resources. Poster display sizes and display space will be determined at a later date and accepted presenters will be notified directly of those specifications.
Proposal should include: A short description of the proposed session or poster and its learning outcome, including its general topic area, course(s), or program. Indicate the level of the session (i.e., novice or advanced). List the type of device(s) and/or software participants should bring to your session. Although there will be wireless internet connectivity at the hotel, participants will be encouraged to download and install any materials, apps, or software ahead of time. If selected, you are required to register and attend the complete summer workshop.
Questions about submissions? Please contact Stephanie Glaser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW! Awards for Instructional Cases: Best Brief (One page) Case and Best Robust Case will be conferred at the Workshop. Submissions must indicate that they would like to be considered for these awards at the time of submission. Submissions can be single author or co-authored with a faculty member or doctoral student. Award winners will be notified prior to the workshop.