on Accounting Research and Education

We are pleased to announce this is being offered – with free CPE – as an exclusive benefit to AAA Members.

Upcoming webinars and recordings of prior webinars are described  below.  Come join in a chance to be together, and work together, when it’s hard to get together.

Mar. 10, 2023 11:00 am Eastern

Python in the Accounting Curriculum & the Accounting Profession


Karen Osterheld, AAAModerator: Karen Osterheld, AAA

Speaker: Hamid Vakilzadeh, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

Speaker: Karina Kasztelnik, Tennessee State University

CPE Information (click here)

Python in the Accounting Curriculum & the Accounting Profession

This webinar will explore the uses of Python in Accounting, including the following:

  1. Why Python in Accounting
  2. What Does This All Mean for Accountants?
  3. The Major Benefits of an Automated Accounting System
  4. Python in Financial Statements and Automation – Real Life Example
  5. Interactive Visualization with Python – Real Life Example
  6. Connect to Data Source Online and Prepare the Financial Analysis for Accounting or Business Needs – Real Life Example
  7.  Sentiment Text Analysis in Python to Support Research Activities – Real life Example

Learning Objective(s): To learn about the many ways to use Python in accounting.
CPE Information: Information Technology - 1.2 CH
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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