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Biography

Lim Keong TEOH MBA, FAIA (ACAD), PgCLTHE, FHEA

Lim is Programme Leader for MSc Accounting and Finance at Winchester Business School. He joined the University of Winchester in 2009 as a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Taxation after holding a similar position at Coventry University for four years.

Prior to his academic career, Lim worked for Coopers & Lybrand (currently known as PricewaterhouseCoopers) as an auditor for six years and is currently an alumni member of PricewaterhouseCoopers. He had been visiting Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick from 2005 to 2010 to conduct an annual accounting workshop for Specialist Masters Programmes. He has extensive teaching experience in both European and Asian countries.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification

Fellowship (FHEA)

Publications

  • Tax needn’t be taxing: Using video lectures to enhance student learning.
    Paper presented with Professor Pru Marriott at the British Accounting Association (BAA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, 14th – 16th May 2014
  • Marriott, P., & Teoh, L.K. (2012). Computer-based Assessment and Feedback: Best Practice Guidelines. Higher Education Academy.
  • Marriott, P., & Teoh, L.K. (2012). ICT for Assessment and Feedback on Undergraduate Accounting Modules. Higher Education Academy. 
  • Marriott, P., & Teoh, L.K. (2012). Using Screencasts to Enhance Assessment Feedback: Students' Perceptions and Preferences. Accounting Education, 21(6), 583-598
  • ‘Delivering Screencast Feedback on Assessments to Large Cohorts’
    Paper presented with Professor Pru Marriott at the British Accounting Association (BAA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, 24th – 26th May 2011
  • ‘Engaging Students with Innovative Learning Technologies’
    Paper presented at the Learning and Teaching Day, the University of Winchester, 27th April, 2011
  • ‘Delivering Screencast Feedback on Assessments to Large Cohorts’
    Paper presented at the AAA Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting (Tech Tips Roundtables), San Francisco, USA, 31st July 2010
  • ‘Effects of Prior Knowledge and Sequencing on Learning Financial Accounting: A Review of Theoretical Frameworks’
    Paper presented with Professor Neil Marriott at the British Accounting Association (BAA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, 20th – 22nd May 2009
  • ‘In Order to Teach: Exploring the Topical Sequence in Accounting Education’
    Paper presented with Professor Neil Marriott at the British Accounting Association (BAA) South West Area Group Annual Conference, 2nd September 2008
  • ‘Starter, Main Course and Dessert: What Should be the Sequence in Accounting Education?’
    Paper presented at the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance (BMAF) Annual Conference, 29th – 30th April 2008
  • ‘Don’t Overload Our Students: An Approach Using Cognitive Load Theory’
    Invited presentation at the Lunchtime Seminars organized by the Inquiring Pedagogies (iPED) Research Network, Coventry University, 15th June 2007
  • ‘Exploring Cognitive Load Theory in Accounting Education’
    Paper presented at the British Accounting Association (BAA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, 23rd – 25th May 2007 and awarded the Best Emerging Paper
  • ‘It’s a final countdown!’
    Poster presented at the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance (BMAF) Annual Conference, 2nd – 4th May 2007
  • ‘Bidding for action: Using auction as a tool for student motivation’
    Paper presented at the British Accounting Association (BAA) Accounting Education SIG Annual Conference, 24th – 25th May 2006
  • ‘Auction for Action: An Innovative Engagement of Student Motivation’
    Poster presented at the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Accounting Education SIG Symposium, 1st July 2006
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