Tilly Jensen, B.Comm, CPA, CMA, Ed.D

Tilly Jensen graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Commerce and later attained the designation of Certified Management Accountant (CMA).  She worked in private industry for a number of years before making teaching her full-time career.  Tilly was an Academic Coordinator in Athabasca University’s undergraduate accounting program for five years before becoming an Assistant Professor of Accounting.  Prior to joining Athabasca University, Tilly was an accounting instructor at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) in Edmonton, Alberta for almost two decades.  She obtained her M.Ed. at the University of Sheffield in Britain while travelling abroad and completed her doctoral studies at the University of Calgary (via distance) focusing on how educational technologies can be used to enhance critical thinking in accounting students.  Tilly spent four years in the Middle East teaching at Dubai Men’s College of the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates.  While overseas, she also taught financial accounting to students enrolled in the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) program, a British professional accounting designation.  Tilly’s research interests involve developing/using web-based, interactive technologies to enhance teaching/learning via distance for accounting students and the related issues of promoting the continued development of critical thinking skills in the online environment.

ACCT253 – Introductory Financial Accounting
ACCT351 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT352 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II

  • Larson, K., Jensen, T. (2010).  Fundamental Accounting Principles, 13th Canadian Edition, Toronto, ON; McGraw-Hill Ryerson
  • Larson, K., Jensen, T. (2007).  Fundamental Accounting Principles, 12th Canadian Edition, Toronto, ON; McGraw-Hill Ryerson
  • Larson, K., Jensen, T. (2004).  Fundamental Accounting Principles, 11th Canadian Edition, Toronto, ON; McGraw-Hill Ryerson
  • Larson, K., Jensen, T., Carroll, R. (2001).  Fundamental Accounting Principles, 10th Canadian Edition, Toronto, ON; McGraw-Hill Ryerson
  • Jensen, T. (2010).  LIFA – Lyryx Interactive Financial Accounting (Software), 3rd Edition, Calgary, AB; Lyryx Learning Inc.
  • Jensen, T. (2007).  LIFA – Lyryx Interactive Financial Accounting (Software), 2nd Edition, Calgary, AB; Lyryx Learning Inc.
  • Jensen, T. (2004).  LIFA – Lyryx Interactive Financial Accounting (Software), 1st Edition, Calgary, AB; Lyryx Learning Inc.
  • Jensen, T. (2002).  LIFA – Lyryx Interactive Financial Accounting (Software), Beta Edition, Calgary, AB; Lyryx Learning Inc.
  • Jensen, T. (2010).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2010 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2009).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2009 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2008).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2008 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2007).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2007 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2006).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2006 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2002).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Lesson Notes 2002 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2010).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Assignments 2010 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2009).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Assignments 2009 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2008).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Assignments 2008 Edition
  • Jensen, T. (2007).  CGA-Canada’s FA1 Assignments 2007 Edition
  • 2009:  McGraw-Hill IFRS Symposium Vancouver, November, 2009:  Impact of IFRS on Intro Financial Accounting
  • 2009:  McGraw-Hill IFRS Symposium Toronto, November, 2009:  Impact of IFRS on Intro Financial Accounting
  • 2008:  Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Vancouver:  Enhancing the Critical Thinking Skills of First Year Business Students
  • 2007:  Zayed University, Abu Dhabi Campus and Dubai Campus in the United Arab Emirates; May 2007:  Critical Thinking Issues in Post-Secondary ESL Accounting Students
  • 2007:  Mount Royal College:  Critical Thinking Issues in Post-Secondary
  • 2006:  Toronto Accounting Symposium:  Critical Thinking – Can you teach it?
  • 2006:  Vancouver Accounting Symposium:  Critical Thinking – Can you teach it?
  • 2006:  Modeling and Teaching Critical Thinking Skills, NAIT, Edmonton, Alberta
  • 2005:  Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education, Long Beach, California:  Teaching/Learning Accounting Using Interactive Technologies
  • 2005:  McGraw-Hill Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Conference – Seneca College:  Bringing Technology Innovations Into the Accounting Classroom
  • 2004:  Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education, Sedona, Arizona:  Learning Accounting Independently
  • 2004:  Train the Trainers Conference, NanKai University, China (Keynote Speaker and 2-Day Seminar Leader)
  • 2004:  The Educational Chrysalis Conference, University of Ottawa:  Enhancing Accounting Education Using Interactive Technologies
  • 2003:   CAAA Annual Conference, Ottawa, Ontario:  Impact of Interactive Technologies on Accounting Education
  • 2003:  Seattle Community College District Faculty Development e-Learning Symposium, Seattle, Washington (Keynote Speaker):  Innovative Teaching/Learning Online

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