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Biography

Formerly the Head of Division of Accounting at the University of Glamorgan, Professor Pru Marriott BA, PhD, FCCA, FHEA was previously the University of Winchester's Director of Postgraduate Research Students. She was appointed Faculty Dean and Director of the Winchester Business School in July 2017.

Pru has over 24 years’ experience of teaching a range of financial and management accounting modules and managing programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels.

Pru is an Associate Editor for Accounting Education: an international journal and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Accounting Education and regularly reviews papers for the British Accounting Review and the International Journal of Management Education. She has been a Visiting Research Fellow at the Universities of Western Sydney and Victoria (Australia) and in September 2013 presented a plenary address at RMIT’s Accounting Educators Conference (Melbourne, Australia) as an invited academic.

Pru is a long-standing member of the Executive Committee of the British Accounting and Finance Association’s Accounting Education Special Interest Group and currently holding the position of Secretary. Pru has been an external examiner at 8 institutions and panel member for 7 external validations and have had a longstanding advisory role with the Institute of Financial Services, assisting them to develop a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Pru continues to serve on the Institute’s Academic Quality and Development Committee.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification

Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA)

Publications

Books

  • Introduction to Accounting,3e, Sage Publications, London, pp 546 (December 2001) (first named author with J.R. Edwards and H.J. Mellett)

Refereed journal articles

  • Marriott, P. and Teoh, L.K. (2012) Using screencasts to enhance assessment feedback: students’ perceptions and preferences, Accounting Education: an international journal, 21, 6, pp. 583-598
  • Marriott, P., Pogue, M. and Burgess, J. (2010) Are our students SAPHE: An analysis of students’ awareness of personal finance in higher education – A Welsh, English and Northern Irish perspective,International Journal of Management Education, 9 (1), pp. 43-56
  • Marriott, P. (2009) Students’ evaluation of the use of on-line summative assessment on an undergraduate financial accounting module, British Journal of Educational Technology, 40 (2), pp. 237-254
  • Son, D.D., Marriott, N. and Marriott P. (2008) The banks’ uses of smaller companies’ financial information in the emerging economy of Vietnam: A user’s oriented model, Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, In: M. Tsamenyi & S. Uddin (Eds), Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, Vol. 8, pp. 519-548, Emerald, UK
  • Marriott, P. and Lau, A. (2008) The impact of phased on-line summative assessment on students’ learning on one fresher undergraduate accounting major course – a case study, Journal of Accounting Education, 26 (2), pp.73–90
  • Son, D.D., Marriott, N. and Marriott P. (2008) Factors influencing the provision of financial information of small and medium companies in transitional economies - evidence from Vietnam, The European Journal of Management and Public Policy, 5 (2), pp. 51-68
  • Marriott, P. (2007) An analysis of first experience students’ financial awareness and attitude to debt in a post-1992 UK University, Higher Education Quarterly, 61, (4), pp. 498-519
  • Son, D.D., Marriott, N. and Marriott P. (2006) Users’ perceptions and uses of financial reports of small and medium companies in transitional economies: qualitative evidence from Vietnam, Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, 3, 3, pp. 218-235
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn N. and Marriott, P. (2004) Accounting undergraduates changing use of ICT and their views on using the Internet in Higher Education – a research note, Accounting Education: an international journal, 13, 2004, Supplement 1, pp. 117-130
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2003) Are we turning them on? A longitudinal study of undergraduate accounting students' attitudes towards accounting as a profession, Accounting Education: an international journal, 12, 2, pp. 113-133
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2003) Students’ learning style preferences and undergraduate academic performance at two UK Universities,International Journal of Management Education, 3, 1, pp. 4-14
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn N. and Marriott, P. (2002) The effect of using a home computer on students’ use of ICT in university, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 18, 1, pp. 44-45
  • Marriott, P. (2002) A longitudinal study of changes in student learning styles, Accounting Education: an international journal, 11, (1), pp. 43-62
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn N. and Marriott, P. (2000) Net Gains or Net Pains? Business Undergraduates’ Use of the Internet,Higher Education Quarterly, 54 (2), pp. 166-186
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn N. and Marriott, P. (2000) Getting a Tick in the Box’: exploring Accountancy undergraduates’ use of information and communications technology, Research in Post Compulsory Education, 5, 2, pp.193-210
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2000) Professional accountants and the development of a management accounting service for the small firm: barriers and possibilities, Management Accounting Research, pp.1-18
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn N. and Marriott, P. (1999) ‘Home’ and ‘Overseas’ Students’ Use of ICT in UK Higher Education, Research in Education, 62, November, pp. 67-71

Edited journals

  • Accounting Education: an international journal, December 2012, 21, 6, Routledge/Taylor and Francis
  • Accounting Education: an international journal, March 2002, 11, 1, Routledge/Taylor and Francis

Official reports (funded)

  • Marriott, P. and Teoh, L. (2013) ICT for assessment and feedback on undergraduate accounting modules, Higher Education Academy, 25 pages
  • Marriott, P. and Teoh, L. (2013) Computer Based Assessment and Feedback: Best practice guidelines, Higher Education Academy, 21 pages
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2010) An analysis of the size of operating and finance leasing by companies of various sizes in the UK, Finance and Leasing Association, 15 pages
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (2008) Training for business angels and entrepreneurs, Ready for Equity! 2. European Union, Education and Culture, Leonardo da Vinci, Work ​Package
  • Marriott, N., Marriott, P. and Collis, J. (2006) Qualitative review of the accounting and auditing needs of small and medium-sized companies and their stakeholders, Public Oversight Board for Accounting, 32 pages
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn, N. and Marriott, P. (2003) Information and Communications Technology in UK Accounting Education, Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, Occasional Research Paper 34, 102 pages
  • Marriott, N. and Marriott, P. (1999) The provision of financial information to smaller companies: a survey, The Centre for Business Performance, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, November, 66 pages

Case studies and other reports

  • Marriott, P. and Lau, A. (2008) The use of phased on-line summative assessment, in Exploring tangible benefits of e-learning: does investment yield interest, Northumbria University
  • Marriott, P., Lau, A. and Lewis, D. (2008) The use of phased on-line summative assessment, Practice which works: a snapshot of assessment practice in Wales, Higher Education Academy
  • Marriott, P. (2006) Report on the development of an on-line support tool to improve the personal financial awareness of undergraduates nationally, Higher Education Academy

Conferences

  • Marriott, P., Lau, A. and Lewis, D. (2007) The Use of Phased On-line Summative Assessment on a First Year Undergraduate Accounting Module, REAP International Online Conference on Assessment Design for Learner Responsibility
  • Marriott, P. and Lau. A. (2007) The impact of phased on-line assessment on students’ learning, Published Proceedings, 6th European Conference on e-learning, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Marriott, N., Selwyn, N. and Marriott, P. (1999) Accounting students’ use of information and communications technology (ICT) in two UK universities, Selected Proceedings 10th Annual CTI-AFM Conference, pp. 136-145
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