The 3rd International Conference on New Media Development and Modernized Education (NMDME 2023)


Assoc. Prof. Lim Chee Leong

Taylor's Unniversity, Malaysia

Research Area: 

Positively impacting lifelong learning opportunities for all and inspiring transformation in higher education landscape; Contributing solutions to make the world a more sustainable place through the effective adoption of educational technology and learning innovation; Collaborative Learning Spaces

Blended Learning; Instructional Technology in Education; Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Brief introduction of your research experience: 

Associate Professor Dr. Lim Chee Leong is the first notable individual from a private university in Malaysia to be awarded the prestigious National Academic Award (Anugerah Akademik Negara, AAN) in 2014 by the Ministry of Education Malaysia for his innovative teaching methodologies. His immense experience and capability have been most evidenced in his recent roles of Director of e-Learning Academy (eLA) and Director of Learning Innovation and Development (LID) under Centre For Future Learning, Taylor’s University, where he successfully raise the profile of the University in the area of learning innovation and creativity in teaching, and made Taylor’s University always being at the forefront of transformational teaching and learning journey as well as emerged as National Champions in various Teaching and Learning related awards and competitions.


Prof. Bob Fox

The University of New South Wales(UNSW Sydney),Australia 

Research Area:

Learning and teaching innovation and change in higher education; Technological practice and curriculum change; Blended, mobile and open learning

Brief introduction of your research experience: 

His research focuses on learning and teaching innovation and change in higher education; technological practice and curriculum change; blended and open learning. He has published widely on these topics. His research is founded on work experience, most recently as a professor and curriculum lead in Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education), University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. Professor Emeritus Bob Fox, UNSW Australia (2021-ongoing). He held concurrent appointments as Professor of Curriculum, Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education and Student Experiences), UNSW, Australia (2017-2020), Professor of Innovation in Higher Education (AD), School of Education, UNSW (2013-2019) and Professor (Hons), Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) (2013-2018). Professor Fox was awarded the HKU, University Teaching Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching. Between 2013-2017 he was Professor and Deputy Director, Learning and Teaching Unit, UNSW. Between 2000-2013 he was Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Centre for Information Technology in Education, Faculty of Education at HKU with one year at the Chinese University of Hong Kong as Professor and Associate Director, Centre for Learning Enhancement and Research before returning to HKU in 2009. He was A/Dean (Learning Environments), Faculty of Education, HKU for the last two and a half years at HKU. Before working at HKU he was Associate Director and senior lecturer of the Centre for the Advancement of Education at Curtin University, Australia for 13 years; senior lecturer at the Hong Kong Vocational Training Council for four years; a TEFL teacher for five years in England, Hong Kong and Spain and further education lecturer for two years in England. Bob Fox has over 40 years-experience in teaching and research in Australia, South East Asia and Great Britain.