The goal of the second edition is to combine accounting information system content with hands-on use of Dynamics GP software. Every chapter includes SmartList searches, Internal Control Activities, and Sarbanes-Oxley review.
SmartList searches reinforce chapter work and contain data that easily exports to Excel or Word. Internal Control Activities include DGP’s security features, audit trails, and role-based accounting. The textbook emphasizes internal controls through the use of two types of exercises–transaction controls and system controls. The Sarbanes-Oxley compliance section reviews how DGP meets SOX standards and regulations. Every chapter ends with a summary and review, including multiple-choice, true/make true, or short answer questions. Each chapter also includes Going to the Net, Flashcard Reviews, four end-of-chapter exercises, and an index.
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Carol Yacht is a textbook author and accounting educator. Carol contributes regularly to professional journals and is the Accounting Section Editor for Business Education Forum, a publication of the National Business Education Association. She is the author of Dynamics-GP (Great Plains), Peachtree, Microsoft Office Accounting, QuickBooks, and Excel textbooks; and the accounting textbook supplement, Carol Yacht’s General Ledger and Peachtree CD-ROMs (www.mhhe.com/yacht). Carol taught on the faculties of California State University, Los Angeles; West Los Angeles College; Yavapai College; and Beverly Hills High School. Since 1978, Carol has included software in her classes to help students master accounting.
Carol Yacht is an officer of the American Accounting Association’s Two-Year College section and recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award. She is a member of the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance Advisory Council; served on NBEA’s Computer Education Task Force; worked for IBM Corporation as an education instruction specialist; and is a frequent speaker at state, regional, and national conventions. Carol earned her MA degree from California State University, Los Angeles; BS degree from the University of New Mexico, and AS degree from Temple University.
Susan V. Crosson is Professor and Coordinator of Accounting at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, FL. She previously taught on the faculties of University of Florida, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Oklahoma, Johnson County Community College, and Kansas City Kansas Community College. Susan is known for her innovative application of pedagogical strategies online and in the classroom. She likes to speak and write on the effective use of technology throughout the accounting curriculum. Susan is co-author of several accounting textbooks including the Computer Accounting Essentials series.
Susan serves on the AICPA’s Pre-certification Education Executive Committee and on the Accounting Careers and Members in Education committee for the Florida Institute of CPAs. She is active in the American Accounting Association and has served it as a Vice President of Sections and Regions, Chair of the Membership Committee, Council Member-at-large, and Chair of the Two-Year Accounting Section. Susan has received the Outstanding Educator Award and Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Accounting Association's Two Year College Section, the Florida Association of Community Colleges Professor of the Year Award for Instructional Excellence and University of Oklahoma's Halliburton Education Award for Excellence. Susan earned her Master of Science in Accounting from Texas Tech University and her undergraduate degree in accounting and economics from Southern Methodist University. She is a CPA.
Joann Segovia will join Winona State University as Associate Professor in January, 2009. She is currently Professor at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She previously taught on the faculties of University of North Dakota and University of Minnesota Duluth. Her research and publications in various journals reflect the use of technology in the classroom. She regularly presents innovative approaches to use technologies at various accounting and technology conferences as well as using Dynamics GP throughout the accounting curriculum. Her current behavioral research includes investigating companies’ responses to SOX reporting of material weaknesses. She received the Midwest American Accounting Association Best Paper Award and Creative Contribution to Accounting Education; the AIS Best Paper Award, and Minnesota State University Moorhead Academic Affairs Excellence Award in Research Activity.
Joann is active in the American Accounting Association and has served on the Midwest Steering Committee and Nominating Committee, as well as the Midwest Teaching and Curriculum Director. She also is on the Board of the Accounting Information Systems Educators and various university committees. She regularly reviews, moderates, or discusses papers within the information systems or teaching and curriculum sections for various conferences. Joann obtained her PhD from Texas Tech University, her MBA from Creighton University, and her BS degree in accounting from Wayne State College of Wayne, Nebraska. She is a CPA. She regularly prepares or reviews various instructional materials and writes CPA exam questions.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2008. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110077299388
Book Description McGraw-Hill/Irwin. SPIRAL-BOUND. Book Condition: New. 0077299388 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0035632