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Interactive Accounting: The Byzantium Workbook has been developed to support the revolutionary new Interactive Accounting software. Used together the Workbook and software modules provide the world's most advanced, user friendly, flexible, powerful and intuitive introduction to manipulating the key concepts in both financial and management accounting. They give both academic and professional students an unrivaled grounding in the identification, calculation, understanding of inter-relationships and use of key variables in: Financial Accounting. Marginal Costing. Absorption Costing. Standard Costing. Capital Investment Appraisal. Matching the tutorial and interactive structure of the software modules the Workbook provides: All the necessary background theory to aid and underpin on-screen manipulation of spreadsheets. The ability to prepare for working with the software away from the computer. Graded exercises for an easy introduction to each topic. Carefully designed model answers and cases to enhance intuitive understanding of the key concepts.
The combined software and workbook package can be integrated throughout any introductory accounting course, or as a stand alone tool for self development for those working away from institutional support. It gives the student complete control over the pace and style of learning. The interactive modules and Workbook provide all the necessary feedback and intelligent support for the user to gain rapid familiarity with the manipulation of complex accounting variables.This new learning package has been developed by a major team of highly qualified accounting teachers and trainers and is the leading multimedia learning resource in the field. It is ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate students in accounting or related business and management courses, and for all those doing foundation courses for professional examinations.
Professor Gregory Wilkinson--Riddle qualified as a chartered accountant with Ernst and Young before working in industry, in 1989 he was appointed head of the department of Accounting and Finance at De Montfort University. Since 1986 he has been researching the application of computing technology to assist student learning. Ashok Patel qualified as a cost and works accountant in India and gained experience in the pharmaceutical and textile industries there. He subsequently qualified as a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in the UK and joined the staff of De Montfort University in 1990. Since that time he has researched into the application of computing to student learning and has been awarded a Masters degree in Human Computer Systems.
Release date NZ
October 10th, 1997
Edited by Ashok Patel
Edited by Gregory Wilkinson Riddle
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