August 8–9, 2015 ~ Chicago, IL

CTLA Preliminary Program

What is CTLA?
Held prior to the AAA Annual Meeting, the Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA) is part hands-on teaching clinic, part mentoring by master teachers, and part staying current on emerging topics in accounting.

Register early!
Space for this popular conference is limited.

Who should attend CTLA? Whether you are an experienced faculty member or will be teaching your first course in the fall, you are welcome to attend CTLA.

What are others saying about CTLA?

  • I am using ideas that I got from CTLA this semester.
  • Great way to be exposed to new gadgets and uses of technology.
  • CTLA got my creative juices going. It helped me realize that a lot of fun and exciting things are still happening in accounting education.
  • The passion of those who attend is contagious.
  • This was one of the best conferences that I have participated in since becoming a member of AAA. Thanks!

Keynote Speaker –Susan Crosson, Director of the Center for Advancing Accounting Education

"Advancing Accounting Education: Opportunities and Rewards"
This session is all about celebrating being teachers of accounting. Rewards for being superior teachers, recognitions for sharing our best practices, and emerging opportunities to turn the challenges we face in our courses into opportunities for collaboration and innovation will be discussed.

Registration Information
Registration for CTLA requires AAA membership.
Membership options are:

Member Type

AAA Membership Dues...



Annual Meeting Registration Add-On

Full Member




College Member




Student Member




Life Member




CTLA registration fee includes:
Saturday morning and afternoon sessions, lunch and reception on Saturday, continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, and Sunday morning sessions.

Questions about CTLA?
Contact Stephanie Glaser at or 941-556-4118.