The RMIT Accounting Educators’ Conference, 2013 – Final program

"The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning”

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8.45 am – 9.15 am Registration / Coffee

9.15 am – 9.30 am Welcome / Opening Address

Room A

Professor Garry Carnegie (Head, School of Accounting)

Anthony Matis, General Manager, Education, CPA Australia

9.30 am – 10.15 am Plenary

Room A

The Impact of Accounting Education Research

Professor Neil Marriott, University of Winchester

10.15 am – 10.45 am Morning Tea / Break

10.45 am – 12.15 pm Concurrent Session

Room B

Accounting Students’ Conceptions of Learning

(Chair: Professor Dennis Taylor)

Change in Conception of Learning: A Missing Ingredient to Support Deep Learning (F)

Martin Turner and Rachael Baskerville

Central Queensland University and Victoria University of Wellington

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A Hands-On Approach: A Way to Enhance Understanding in Auditing (F)

Dr Mohammad Azim

Swinburne University

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Variations in Accounting Students’ Conceptions of Learning (F)

SubhashAbhayawansaa, Mark Bowdena and Soma Pillayb

Swinburne University of Technology and bMonash University

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Room C

Accounting Students’ Conceptions of Learning

(Chair: Professor Kim Watty)

iCFS: Developing Intelligent Tutoring Capacity in the Accounting Curriculum (F)

Thomas Kerna, Nick McGuigana, Professor AntonijaMitrovicb, AmirNajarbb and Dr Samantha Sinaa

aMacquarie University and bUniversity of Canterbury

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“How Would That Change If…?”: The Use of Interviews to Assess International Students (F)

John Minas and Dr Sonia Shimeld

University of Tasmania

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Pacioli’s Goods Inventory Accounts and Student Learning (F)

Dr Greg Stoner

University of Glasgow

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12.15 pm – 1.15 pm Lunch

1.15 pm – 2.00 pm Plenary

Room A

Computer Based Assessment and Feedback: Best Practice Guidelines

Professor Pru Marriott, University of Winchester

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm Concurrent Sessions

Room B

Assessment Matters

(Chair: Dr Daryll Cahill)

Investigating the Role of Phased E-Assessments and Student Engagement (F)

Victoria J Clout and Trish Strong

University of New South Wales

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Cost, Plagiarism and Pedagogy Tensions in Digital Era Assessment (D)

Noel Yahanpath and Dr Edgar Burns

Eastern Institute of Technology and La Trobe University

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Room C

Assessment Matters

(Chair: Mr Nicholas Mc Guigan)

Assessment Matters: Developing Collaborative Peer Assessment of Accounting Learning Standards (F)

Professor Brendan O'Connella, Professor Paul De Langeb, Professor Phil Hancockc, Mark Freemand, Professor Kim Wattye, Associate Professor Bryan Howiesonf and Associate Professor Anne Abrahamg

aRMIT University, bCurtin University, cUniversity of Western Australia, dUniversity of Sydney, eDeakin University, fUniversity of Adelaide and gUniversity Western Sydney

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Implementing and Evaluating a Group Based Industry Assessment Model: Perceptions of Australian and Offshore Students (D)

Dr Mahesh Joshi, ArabellaVolkov, Cameron Nichol and Dr Paul Myers

RMIT University

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3.00 pm – 3.20 pm Afternoon Tea / Break

3.20 pm – 4.20 pm Concurrent Sessions

Room B

Academic Preparation for the Classroom

(Chair:Dr Paul Myers)

Are Australian Accounting Academics Culturally Intelligent? (F)

Meredith Tharapos and Professor Brendan O’Connell

RMIT University

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Visualisation and Accounting Education (F)

Dr Laura Maran and Dr Gillian Vesty and Associate Professor Robert Inglis

RMIT University

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Room C

Harmonisation and Accounting Education Outputs

(Chair: Dr Samantha Sim)

The Place of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Accounting Education Research Outputs (F)

Dr Edgar Burns

La Trobe University

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Transgressing Boundaries: A Discussion of Harmonisation, University Funding and the Interplay Between Efficiency and Legitimacy (F)

Dr Laura Maran and Dr Gillian Vesty

RMIT University

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4.20 pm – 5.00 pm

Room A

Accounting Education Policy Issues

Mary Clarke, General Manager, Education Policy and Business Development, CPA Australia

Dr Greg Stoner, Associate Editor, Accounting Education: an international journal

5.00 pm – 5.15 pm Closing Address

Room A

Professor Garry Carnegie (Head, School of Accounting)
Professor Brendan O’Connell (Conference Convenor)

6.15 pm - 10.00 pm Drinks and Conference Dinner

Cafe Italia, 56-66 University Street, Carlton.

(F) = Full paper (D) = Developing paper

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Event supported by CPA Australia.

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