- GradDip TE,Victoria,
- BBus (Acct) Victoria, CPA
Ide's teaching and research interests lie in the areas of financial accounting, accounting education and financial literacy.
Ide is currently participating in an international research project exploring numeracy apprehension. The issue of financial literacy in regards to superannuation is very topical at present and is the focus of her doctoral studies.
Clinton, I, & Thomas, T, 2011, Business students' experience of community service learning, Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, Vol. 12(1), pp.51-66 (ERA rank B)
Clinton, I, 2007, The Effect of Virtual Teaching on Students with English as their Second Language, Global Business & Economics Anthology, Vol. 1, Dec 2007, pp. 500 – 509 (ERA rank C)
Published in proceedings
Clinton, I. & Thomas, T. Sep. 2010, Learning in the Community: Student Experience of Community Service, Australian Collaborative Education Network, Perth, Australia. pp.73-83. (ISBN 978-0-9805706-1-8)
Clinton, I, Dec. 2009, Financial Capabilities of Superannuants, 11th International Business Research Conference, Sydney, Australia. (ISBN: 978-0-980-4557-0-7)
Clinton, I 2005, The effectiveness of virtual teaching: A case study, International conference on Innovation in Accounting Teaching and Learning, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania.
Refereed conference presentations
Clinton, I & Thomas, T, 2010, Experience of Students Participating in Learning in the Community, AFAANZ, Special Interest Group Accounting Education, Christchurch, New Zealand
Clinton, I. 2010, Superannuants' Financial Capabilities, British Accounting Association, Accounting Education Special Interest Group Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
Clinton, I, 2009, Issues of Financial Literacy and Superannuation, Asian Academic Accounting Association International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
Clinton, I, 2008, Transfer of Risk – A Super Education for Baby Boomers, AFAANZ (Special Interest Group Accounting Education) Sydney.
Clinton, I, 2007, Web Based Leaning: A Case Study, Business & Economics Society International Conference, Antibes, France.
Clinton, I, 2005, The Effectiveness of Virtual Teaching: a case study, International Conference on Innovation in Accounting Teaching and Learning, University of Tasmania, Hobart
Clinton I, 2004, The Effectiveness of Virtual Teaching, Master of Education, Minor Thesis, Victoria University.