David Annand, EdD

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Professor Accounting

Areas of Expertise: OER; Introductory Accounting; Community of Inquiry Framework

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Credentials

  • EdD, University of Alberta
  • MBA, Dalhousie University
  • BMgt, University of Lethbridge
  • CPA, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta

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Biography

Dr David Annand, EdD, MBA, CPA (CA), is a Professor of Accounting and Associate Dean, Student Experience in the Faculty of Business. Dr Annand completed his Doctorate in Education in 1998. His thesis deals with the experiences of instructors in graduate-level computer conferences.

Dr Annand’s research interests include the analysis of costs and organizational structure on distance-based universities, as well as the Community of Inquiry learning framework. His research is based around the study of cognitive behaviors in these contexts.

Dr Annand has a particular interest in the development of Open Educational Resources (OERs), specifically relating to introductory financial and management accounting. He has also written several accounting-related undergraduate and graduate-level texts, all available as OERs.

Selected Recent Publications

  • Annand, D., & Jensen, T. (2017). Incentivizing the production and use of Open Educational Resources in higher education institutions. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(4).
  • Annand, D. (2015). Developing a sustainable financial model in higher education for open educational resources. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 16(5).
  • Annand, D. (2017). Understanding Annual Reports Based on International Financial Reporting Standards, v. 2.2. Vancouver: BC Campus.
  • Annand, D. (2014). Development of an Introductory Financial Accounting OER at Athabasca University.
  • Annand, D. (2011). Social presence within the community of inquiry framework. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 12(5), 40-56.
  • Annand, D., Michalczuk, K., & Thiessen, J. (2009) Evaluating the Relative Efficiencies and Effectiveness of the Contact Centre and Tutor Models of Learner Support at Athabasca University.
  • Annand, D. (2008). Learning efficacy and cost-effectiveness of print versus e-book instructional material in an introductory financial accounting course. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 7(2), 152-164.
  • Annand, D. (2008). Using 3D Virtual Worlds: Engaging learners and providing social support. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 9(2).
  • Annand, D. (2008). Making relevant financial decisions about technology in education. The Theory and Practice of Online Learning, 277.
  • Annand, D. (2007). Re-organizing universities for the information age. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 8(3).

Selected Recent Conferences Presentations

  • Annand, D. (2009). Impact of IFRS on intro financial accounting. Presented at the McGraw-Hill IFRS Symposium, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2009). Impact of IFRS on intro financial accounting. Presented at the McGraw-Hill IFRS Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2008). Enhancing the critical thinking skills of first year business students. Presented at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2007). Critical thinking issues in post-secondary ESL accounting students. Presented at Zayed University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  • Annand, D. (2007). Critical thinking issues in post-secondary ESL accounting students. Presented at Mount Royal College, Calgary, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2006). Critical thinking – Can you teach it? Presented at the Toronto Accounting Symposium, Toronto, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2006). Critical thinking – Can you teach it? Presented at the Vancouver Accounting Symposium, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2006). Modeling and teaching critical thinking skills. Presented at NAIT, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Annand, D. (2005). Teaching/learning accounting using interactive technologies. Presented at the Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education, Long Beach, USA.
  • Annand, D. (2005). Bringing technology innovations into the accounting classroom. Presented at the McGraw-Hill Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Conference, Toronto, Canada.

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Introduction to Financial Accounting - US Edition

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Text and Solutions Manual

Student Workbook

Instructor Powerpoint

Jensen Wholesalers Corp. example case

Instructor exam and assignment bank

Introduction to Financial Accounting - Canadian Edition