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Patricia Connelly

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19952010
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Overview

My area of expertise is Financial Accounting, in particular International Accounting Standards and the taxation of Limited Liability Companies.

Overview

 ‘Educational Accounting, Accountability and Accountants in the Era of “Scotch” School Boards, 1872-1918’, Accounting, Business and Financial History, Vol 5, No 3, 1995.

Connelly, P., Dunlop, A. & Anderson, A. (2006) “Can a Compulsory Study Skills Module Influence a Student’s Approach to Learning and Academic Performance?” - British Accounting Association, Education Special Interest Group Conference, London, May

Fox, A., Stevenson, L., Connelly, P., Duff, A. & Dunlop, A. (2005) “Peer-Mentoring Students ‘At Risk of Failure’: The Influence on Approaches to Learning” British Accounting Association, Education Special Interest Group Conference, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, May

Connelly, P., Duff, A. & Dunlop, A., Fox, A. & Stevenson, L., (2005) “The Relationship Between Approaches to Learning and Goal orientation: an empirical study in the academic domain” British Accounting Association, Education Special Interest Group Conference, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, May 2005 and Dunlin Institute of Technology May 2004.

Duff, A., Dunlop, A. & Connelly, P. (2002) “Approaches to Learning and Goal Orientation: an empirical study in a work domain” – British Accounting Association, Education Special Interest Group Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, May 2002 and European Learning Styles Information Network, Ghent, Belgium, June 2002.

“Then and Now: Accounting and Accountability in “Scotch” School Boards”, BAA Scottish, September 1993 (with S McKinstry and M Fletcher).

External positions

Marker , Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland

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Research Output 1995 2010

Peer-mentoring undergraduate accounting students: The influence on approaches to learning and academic performance

Fox, A., Stevenson, L., Connelly, P., Duff, A. & Dunlop, A., Jul 2010, In : Active Learning in Higher Education. 11, 2, p. 145-156 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

mentoring
learning
performance
student
first-year student
Accountants
Accountability
Education
Bookkeeping
Expenditure