Conference and Teaching and Learning in Accounting (CTLA) Sessions

CTLA Concurrent Sessions:

Session 1.02: How Big Data and Analytics Fits into Accounting Courses and Curriculum
Chuck Hooper, Bialytics; Robyn Raschke, UNLV

Learn what faculty are doing to integrate big data and analytics into a course or across multiple courses.  Learn how schools are adapting their curricula to leverage the opportunities that big data and analytics presents.

Session 2.02: Sharing Best Teaching Practices
Moderator: Gail Hoover King
Virginia Cortijo, Stonehill College
Marcus Rodrigs, The University of Newcastle
Sonia Gantman, Providence College
Mary Ella Gainor, Bryant University
Elena Precourt, Bryant University
Tim Bell, Central Connecticut State University
Julia M. Camp, Providence College
Valerie Peterson, Providence College
Margaret Ruggieri, Providence College
Eileen M. Beiter, Nazareth College
Gary Entwistle, University of Saskatchewan
Jody Murphy, Colby-Sawyer College
Don Kent, The College at Brockport

In this session, peers from your region community will share with you new techniques and strategies that you can employ right away in your courses. Plus, gain insights on how to convert your own teaching best practices into presentations and scholarship. Learn how to make them count both inside and outside your classes!

Session 3.02: Education Journal Editor’s Panel
Timothy J. Rupert, Northeastern University
Valaria P. Vendrzyk, University of Richmond
Natalie T. Churyk, Northern Illinois University

Session 4.02: Big Data in Audit
Jeff Mead, University of Massachusetts - Lowell

Session 5.02: Big Data and Analytics Cases and Data Sets
Robyn Raschke, UNLV; Gail Hoover King

Have a favorite case?  Don’t know where to start? This session will help you repurpose/reuse existing cases to give them a big data and analytics twist. Or, help you get started using cases from the Accounting Is Big Data Conferences.

This session is about data that is available or that you can easily gather about students and accounting education to improve class and accounting program outcomes.