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When teaching cost behavior in a managerial or cost accounting course, we explain that there are various methods a company can use to estimate its fixed and variable costs, including regression analysis. The next time you cover this topic, consider teaching students how to perform a simple linear regression analysis in Excel.
Today’s accounting graduates are tasked with learning new technologies at a more rapid pace, dealing with larger datasets, and solving more complex problems earlier on in their careers than their predecessors did.
Advanced Filter allows you to generate a unique list of items and extract those items to another place in your worksheet or workbook.
When analyzing grades (especially for a large class) the COUNTIF function in Excel can be extremely helpful.
Learn about some of the assignments and activities that won AICPA Effective Learning Strategies Educator Awards this year.
Having ESG knowledge can set graduates apart. Get students excited about this emerging area of accounting.
Did you know that you can edit PDF documents in Microsoft Word? Simply open a PDF document in Word.
Here are some ways accounting faculty have rethought tests and quizzes to promote critical thinking.
The right apps can improve online discussions, group work, and student feedback.
Pique students’ interest in accounting with a subject relevant to their lives.
Four accounting and academic experts offer advice on teaching this all-important topic.
Call your students’ attention to calculations or other details of PowerPoint slides as you present.
Here are some ways accounting departments and faculty can integrate technology throughout the curriculum to better prepare graduates to meet the needs of the profession.
A study of accounting students revealed that more resilient students had stronger mental health and were less likely to experience burnout. Kenneth J. Smith, CPA, one of the study’s authors, observes that resilience is a skill that can be learned.
The Camera tool is a handy function that allows you and your students to see how part of one spreadsheet changes in real time when you make changes to another.
Learn three simple formatting tricks to make column headings – or other cells – more readable in Excel.
As students search out their own career paths, faculty can help by preparing them for both virtual and in-person career events.
A professor explains how and why to incorporate the technology into the curriculum.
Learn how to use Excel to quickly calculate basic descriptive statistics for a dataset, including mean, standard deviation, minimums, and maximums.
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