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Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges - TACTYC Collection

by Gerry Hanley
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Description:

This collection is a sample of online free resources I found in MERLOT that might be useful for students learning introductory accounting and some math resources to help them "refresh" their skills.

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1.

Drills for Accounting Basics


Added 05/17/2013

This free online resource is a self-paced quiz which also provides student feedback on the right and wrong answers by rolling the cursor over the answer box.

2.

Interactive Worksheet: the 'Accounting Equation'


Added 05/17/2013

This worksheet deals with:  1) The accounting equation. 2)The accounting concepts of 'business entity' and 'dual aspect'. 3) The effects of transactions on the balance sheet.

3.

Algebra2go: An Online Supplemental Instruction Tool Array


Added 05/17/2013

This online tutorial covers some basic arithmatic and math skills with video and nice clear tools and graphics

4.

Guide to Financial Statements


Added 05/17/2013

A tutorial to analyzing and using financial statements

5.

The Cameron Balloon Factory


Added 05/17/2013

This website presents many components of a business for designing, manufacturing, producting, marketing, accountin etc hot air ballons.   It can provide a broader context for understanding where accounting fits into a larger business.

6.

Accounting Principles: A Business Perspective (Managerial)


Added 05/17/2013

This open FREE textbook on accounting principles can be a very useful resource for my students who can't afford to purchase textbook

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