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Bridginggenerationalgap univofalaska selfstudy


CPE Processing FeeFREE
Webinar TranscriptionN/A
Presentation Length Hour(s)1.0 hour
CPE Credits 1.0 hour
Subject Area 1.0 - Personnel/Human Resources
CE Credits 0.0 hours
Course LevelBasic
Instructional MethodQAS Self-Study
Advance PreparationNone
Recorded DateNovember 11, 2019
Date OfferedNovember 10, 2021
Expiration DateNovember 10, 2022
Course Description

How many generations are there now? We have multiple generations in the workplace, with Generation Z soon entering the workforce. How do we connect all of these generations to make a productive and effective work environment? In this session, you will learn about the newest generation, Generation Z, who you will be interviewing and working with you in the next couple of years, if not already. How are they similar and how are they different from the generations that come before them? Working with your peers, you will work through current challenges created by having multiple generations and flip those challenges to opportunities. These opportunities will merge the older generation's experience and knowledge with the energetic and innovative mindset of the younger generation.

Learning objectives:

• Gain an understanding of what motivates each generation and how to take that understanding to create a more inclusive and efficient work environment.


Self-Study Course Instructions:


Download the course document(s) (below) and follow prompts contained in the document.


Download any course document(s) (below) which may include handouts, glossary, transcripts, etc. Follow any prompts contained in the documents to help you complete the course. Most documents are searchable.

Play the recording, noting the sectional guides indicating where topics on the agenda are covered and the prompts to pause video playback to respond to a review question (located below the video playback area). The timestamps for review questions are also noted below.

Upon completing the video and successfully answering all review questions, you will then take the final exam.

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Handout Materials
Presentation Slides
Review Questions
Review Questions
QUESTION 1: 00:30:00 minutes
QUESTION 2: 00:40:00 minutes
QUESTION 3: 00:59:00 minutes
Frequently Asked Questions
  • CPAacademy self-study courses are online.
  • The self-study format allows you to a) access the material online 24/7 and b) study at your own pace.
  • Per NASBA guidelines, you have one year from date of purchase to complete each program.
  • Complete your final exam at any time and get graded instantly. You can retake the exam at no additional charge (unlimited attempts).
  • Print your own certificate of completion on the spot upon passing the exam.
  • Grading policies: a) courses have a minimum passing score 70% b) test takers will not be provided feedback on failed exams.
  • Upon achieving a passing score, test takers will be notified of the correct answers to the questions missed.

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Amy Cooper

University of Alaska Fairbanks
Instructor, Accounting
(907) 978-7152


Amy is a full-time accounting instructor and faculty adviser for Great Alaskan Accounting People (GAAP), a student accounting organization, and for the IRS VITA program. Amy worked for almost tens years in public accounting and continues her involvement by providing contract services, including tax research and preparation for CPA firms. Amy also has served as the president of the Alaska Society of CPAs, and is currently a member of the AICPA Young Member Leadership Committee and the AICPA Nominations Committee.

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About Our Presenter

The University of Alaska Fairbanks (also referred to as UAF or Alaska) is a public research university in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States. It is a flagship campus of the University of Alaska System. UAF is a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant institution, and it also participates in the sun-grant program through Oregon State University. UAF was established in 1917 and opened for classes in 1922. UAF was originally named Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines and later as the University of Alaska from 1925 to 1975.

UAF is home to seven major research units: the Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station; the Geophysical Institute, which operates the Poker Flat Research Range; the International Arctic Research Center; the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center; the Institute of Arctic Biology; the Institute of Marine Science; and the Institute of Northern Engineering. Located just 200 miles (320 km) south of the Arctic Circle, the Fairbanks campus' unique location is situated favorably for arctic and northern research. The campus' several lines of research are renowned worldwide, most notably arctic biology, arctic engineering, geophysics, supercomputing and Native Studies. The University of Alaska Museum of the North is also on the Fairbanks campus.