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Academia & Education

The Academia & Education Community is for members and non-members with an interest in accountancy and finance in academia and education. It aims to help members connect and share insight around accountancy education, lifelong learning and research.

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The Researching Accountant Development Framework

What is the RADF?

The Research Accountant Development Framework is based on three dimensions of learning – the cognitive, intrapersonal and interpersonal - and builds on research carried out by Hilary Lindsay during and after her own professional doctoral studies.

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Leaping from the office to academia

Insights on transitioning from accounting professional practice to a career in academia.

Self-reflective insights on what I have learned in an evolving academic career model: accounting scholarship, administration, and diversity

Accounting academic Carolyn M.Callahan discusses diversity within US accounting education.

Reflections on the transition from practice to academia... the nuts and bolts

D.Scott Showalter gives advice on preparing for a second career as an accounting academic.

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Welcome to the new normal – How to talk professionally online

Everyone is having to learn to talk online now, but It's easy to get it wrong when you're at home. You don't want to look and sound unprofessional. This webinar will give you expert advice and tips on how to have a professional image on screen whether in meetings or interviews.

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Turning the pages

Turning the Pages is an award-winning interactive tool developed by the British Library that allows us to show you some of the rarest books in the ICAEW collection in digitised form.