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CANADIAN EDITION Connect for Garrison, Managerial Accounting, 9e

Ray Garrison; G. Richard Chesley; Ray Carroll; Alan Webb; Theresa Libby

Whether accessing online homework, quizzes, and tests or utilizing an interactive eBook, Connect Accounting provides a complete digital solution. Connect’s seamless partnership with the text’s content allows instructors and students to go beyond the print world, and into the digital realm with complete confidence.

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Key Features

  • EBook1

    Integrated eBook

    When learning tools are interactive, content is more approachable and engagement is deeper. Connect includes an Integrated eBook that builds student comprehension through animation, audio and video. As part of its rich media format, students can insert and review notes, highlight text, conduct searches for specific content and interact with high-impact images.

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    End of Chapter and Testbank Content

    Connect includes direct textbook End-of-Chapter problem material, select Algorithmic problem material, and Test Bank questions. Assign students online homework, test and quiz questions with multiple problem types, algorithmic variation, and randomized question order. This fully integrated solution helps students master the concepts, practice problems and ultimately achieve success.


  • LearnSmart


    LearnSmart is an adaptive study tool proven to strengthen memory recall, increase class retention, and boost grades. Students are able to study more efficiently because they are made aware of what they know and don’t know. Real-time reports quickly identify the concepts that require more attention from individual students—or the entire class.

More Features

  • Simple LMS Integration

    All it takes is one click and Connect seamlessly integrates with every learning management system out there. Quickly access registration, attendance, assignments, grades and course resources in real time in one go-to location.

  • Effortless Grading

    Adds more efficiency and momentum to class time 

    Connect automatically grades students’ assignments so valuable time is focused on teaching, not grading homework and quizzes. Built-in reporting lets you assess how well students are learning and where students need more guidance—giving you the opportunity to provide students with immediate performance feedback and tailor course materials accordingly.

  • Customizable Assignments

    While Connect includes a large number of ready-to-use,  book-specific questions, you also have the ability to edit any of our existing materials as well as upload your own.

  • Intuitive Design

    Works with the way you teach and the way your students think and learn

    With Connect’s easy-to-use interface nothing stands in the way of your instruction or your students learning. We took what we learned from our partnerships with instructors and students and combined it with feedback from thousands of conversations and ethnographic research on college campuses nationwide. The result: a user-focused tool that fully engages students and solves real-world teaching challenges.

  • Help Me Solve It Tutorials

    The “Help Me Solve It” tutorials provide narrated and animated, step-by-step walkthroughs of a few key problems in each chapter, focusing on the areas where students need the most guidance.

  • Self-Quiz and Study

    Connect’s Self-Quiz and Study takes students through a practice test, then recommends readings, study tools, and additional practice.

Case Study

Connect Accounting causes students to fully engage with the course material. It also changes the nature of my review. Instead of spending time with the mechanics of grading, I can review scores and analyze individual assignment items and individual student scores to best decide what follow-up is appropriate.

— Professor Meg Pollard, American River College

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