Fui-Theng LEOW (FT) has more than 11 years of teaching experience in International Universities. Her teaching areas cover the fundamental in IT and programming, e-commerce and digital economy, web technologies, digital media design, information systems design, and human-computer interaction. FuiTheng applies the multidisciplinary and mixed-method approach in her research which includes the areas of pedagogy, user engagement and experiences, behavioural psychology, data analytics, instructional system design and software development. Other than teaching and research, Fui-Theng involves in conducting academic workshops, peer-reviewing research manuscripts, as well as playing a role as the faculty digital learning officer and the international conference organising committee. She is also an active member of the research groups that focus on digital economics and creative industries.
- Introduction to Information Technology
- Computer in Business
- The Digital Economy
- Technology and Organisation
- Management Studies
- Introduction to Management Science for Business Decisions
- NUBS China Consulting (NCC) Project Supervision
- PG dissertation of MSc in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Management
- Ch’ng E., Cai, S., Zhang, T. & Leow, F.T. (2019). ’Crowdsourcing 3D Cultural Heritage: Best Practice for Mass Photogrammetry. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development. DOI: 10.1108/JCHMSD-03-2018-0018.
- Ch’ng E., Cai, S., Leow, F.T. & Zhang, T. (2018). Adoption and Use of Emerging Cultural Technology in China’s Museums. Journal of Cultural Heritage.
- Leow, F.T., Ch’ng E., T. Zhang, S. Cai, S. See (2017). “In-The-Wild" Observation and Evaluation of a Chinese Heritage VR Environment with the HTC VIVE, Proceeding of the 23rd Virtual Systems and Multimedia Conference (VSMM 2017), Dublin Ireland.
- Leow, F.T. & Neo, M. (2016). Investigating the Key Attributes to Enhance Students’ Learning Experience in 21st Century Class Environment. E-Journal of e-Learning (EJEL), 14 (4), pp. 244-256. Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.
- Leow, F.T. & Neo, M. (2016). Peer Interaction and Students' Perceptions Towards ConstructivistCollaborative Learning Environment: Motivation and Affective Factor. ICEL2016-Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on e- Learning: ICEl2016. Academic Conferences and publishing limited, 2016.
- Leow, F.T. & Neo, M. (2015). Students’ Perceptions towards Constructivist-Collaborative Learning Environment: New Skills and Knowledge. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences (AJBAS), 9 (25), pp. 111-117.
- Leow, F.T. & Neo, M. (2015). Collaborative Learning with Web 2.0 Tools: Analysing Malaysian Students’ Perceptions and Peer Interaction. Educational Media International (EMI), 52 (4), pp. 308-327. Routledge.
- Leow, F.T. & Neo, M. (2015). Redesigning the Collaborative Learning Environment: Students’ Perception and Their Communicative Practices. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 176 (2015), pp. 186 – 193. Elsevier Ltd.
Scholarships and Awards
- Best Paper Awards, International Conference on Informatics and Creative Multimedia
- MyBrain15 PhD Scholarship, Ministry of Education (MOE), Malaysia
- Most Outstanding Student Award, Coventry University, U.K.
- Graduation MnEBay Book Price Award
- The Shining Star Award “Most Attractive Lecturer” (Student votes)