The lost generation?
Student recruitment by Canadian accounting firms has dropped significantly as a result of the recession and technological advances. Professional accountants, however, believe that changes in the accounting industry will challenge the creativity and interaction skills of accounting students. These changes also necessitate changes in the educational system, which must both adapt to modern technology and motivate more students to take courses in accounting.
Publication Name: CA Magazine
Computers and Accountancy Courses: A Comment
A widening of the discussion over the usefulness of introductory computer courses in accounting education is featured. There is need for a coherent study program in this area. Professional and academic accounting practitioners should participate more wholly in the discussion of how best to design and implement computer literacy courses in accounting education. Research in the area is analyzed.
Publication Name: Accounting and Business Research
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