Material Detail's aim is to offer students a way of practicing double entry bookkeeping / accounting principles without the complexity of a software that is normally used in a firm, but in an easier way than it would be by using spreadsheets or, worse, pen and paper. On firms are public (under a Creative Common license) and can be shared amongst users. This opens up some possibilities described in the following scenarios: - when students work in pairs or in groups, they can complete an exercise together, working on the same firm, but with different accounts; if one of them the next day is not present, the others can continue with no problems; - when a student finishes an exercise and wants his/her teacher to check it, he/she can just send an email with the public... Show More


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