The following articles are featured in the Winter 2014 issue of the Accounting Instructors’ Report:


Learning Activities: Building Blocks for Constructing A Successful Course
Belverd E. Needles, Jr., Ph.D., CPA


Ethical Attitudes Differ Among Generations: Implications for Accounting Educators
Curtis C.Verschoor Ph.D., CPA, CIA, CMA, CFE, DePaul University
Jon Mertz MBA, Corepoint Health


Ethical Sensitivity Exercise In First Year Accounting Courses
Roger L. Stichter DBA, CPA, Grace College


Innovative Verbal Communication Workshop: First Year Of Employment
Constance A. McKnight, University of Central Arkansas
Stephanie F. Watson, University of Central Arkansas


Entrepreneurs Need Accounting Too: The Case For Including Financial And Managerial Accounting In An Entrepreneurship Curriculum
John W. McKinley JD, LLM, CPA, CGMA, Cornell University, Ithaca College
Robert J. Ellis, Ithaca College


Will I Pass The CPA Exam? The Relationship Between Individuals’ Characteristics And Experiences, and Passing The CPA Exam
Hughlene A. Burton, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Brian Daugherty Ph.D., CPA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Denise Dickins Ph.D., CPA, CIA , East Carolina University
Dan Schisler Ph.D., CPA, East Carolina University