Amy Bourne

Senior Instructor I
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Office: 541-737-6032

Austin Hall

Austin Hall 354

2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

Dr. Bourne is a senior instructor of accounting in the College of Business. She is a licensed CPA in Texas and was a university educator there before joining the faculty at Oregon State in 2007. Her research focus is on teaching and teaching styles. She teaches on campus and online for OSU and incorporates what she learns from each format and applies it to the other, with a keen eye for new technologies and ideas on pedagogy.

Courses Taught: 

BA211 Financial Accounting

BA213 Managerial Accounting

ACTG 427 Auditing and Assurances

Extended Campus -- On-Line Business & Entrepreneurship Minor

http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/minors/business/

Beyond OSU
Education: 

DBA, Anderson University

Master of Science in Accounting, Texas Tech University

BBA in Accounting, Texas Tech University

Service: 

Beta Alpha Psi Faculty Advisor, 2007 to present

Please join us every Wed evening from 6-7pm in Bexell 328, Moss Adams Classroom (accounting, finance and MIS majors welcome)

http://www.bus.oregonstate.edu/services/organizations/beta/default.htm

My Publications

Journal Articles

Conference Papers


B. Marshall, Mortenson, K., Bourne, A., Price, K., and Marshall, A., Delivering Value Beyond Efficiency with Visualized XBRL, in International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2009), Phoenix, AZ, 2009.

B. Marshall, Mortenson, K., Bourne, A., Price, K., and Marshall, A., Visualizing basic accounting flows: does XBRL + model + animation = understanding?, in American Accounting Association 18th Annual Strategic and Emerging Technologies Research Workshop, New York, NY, 2009.

Presentations


A. Bourne, Hybrid Courses with Cub Kahn, Integrated Learning Resource Center Colloquium. Corvallis, 2016.

A. Bourne, Visualizing basic accounting flows: does XBRL + model + animation = understanding?", AAA Eighteenth Annual Research Workshop on SET in Accounting, Auditing and Tax. New York, 2009.

A. Bourne, Predictability of Fraudulent Financial Reporting, CBFA Annual Conference - Indianapolis, IN. Indianapolis, IN, 2008.