Department of Management Studies
Glenda Gay

 

Glenda Gay
Title: Lecturer in Management Studies
Department: MGMT
Discipline: Management
Additional Titles: Programme Coordinator, M.Sc. Building and Construction Management, Chair- Subject Area Group- Real Estate, Construction and Technology
Qualifications: Post graduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning (UWI)

Ph.D in Information Systems at Nova Southeastern University

M.Sc. in Computer Information Systems - Nova Southeastern University

Post grad Diploma in Computer Science - University of the West Indies

B.Sc. (Honours) in Computer Science - University of the West Indies
Contact: Email: glenda.gay@cavehill.uwi.edu
Direct Line: 246-417-4301
Teaching Areas: Undergraduate Teachings
MGMT 2005 Microcomputer Applications for Business
MGMT 2006 Management Information Systems

Graduate Teachings
COEM 6900 Research paper
COEM 6990 Internship/Practicum
Biography: Glenda Gay is a consultant on Information Technology and Computer Science at the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Council. She has published an Information Technology text for Caribbean students with Oxford University Press, and Study Guides in Computer Science for CXC and NotesMaster(R) as well as course material for the UWI Open Campus. Dr. Gay has coordinated courses in Information Systems with the Open Campus and is a trainer of new facilitators interested in teaching in the online/blended environment. She holds certificates in competency based learning, creating interactive syllabi, and advanced certificates in online teaching and blended learning.
Dr. Gay is Chair of the Advisory committee on Blended Learning and a member of the university's Recruitment and Marketing Advisory Team.
Research: Dr. Gay's research interests are in technology and e-learning readiness among stakeholders in educational institutions and businesses.
Publications:

Gay, G. H. E., (2016). An assessment of online instructor e-learning readiness before, during, and after course delivery, Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 28(2), 199-220.

Gay, G., Mahon, S., Devonish, D., Alleyne, P., Alleyne, P.G. (2006). Perceptions of Information and Communication  Technology (ICT) among undergraduate management students in Barbados. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT. 2 (4), 1-12. Also online at http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=223. Cited by 18 journals.

Wolfe, D.D.A., Corbin, D.O.C., Smeeton, N. C. Gay, G.H.E. Rudd, A. G. Hennis, A. J. Wilks, R. J. and Fraser, H. S. (2006). Poststroke Survival for Black-Caribbean Populations in Barbados and South London. Stroke published June 22, 2006, doi:10.1161/01.STR.0000230647.77889.84

Wolfe, D.D.A., Corbin, D.O.C., Smeeton, N. C. Gay, G.H.E. Rudd, A. G. Hennis, A. J. Wilks, R. J. and Fraser, H. S. (2006). Estimation of the Risk of Stroke in Black Populations in Barbados and South London. Stroke published June 22, 2006, doi:10.1161/01.STR.0000230578.10937.a6

Depradine, C.A, Gay, G.H.E. (2003). Active participation of integrated development environments in the teaching of object-oriented programming. Computers and Education Volume: 43, Issue: 3, November, 2003, pp. 291-298 

S Connell, DOC Corbin, G Gay, V Poddar, N Sobers, A Hennis, HS Fraser, R Wilks, CDA Wolfe. (2003). Short term outcome, disability and caregiver stress after first-ever stroke in previously independent individuals. WIMJAD Volume 53 (Suppl 2) 1-90, p 45.

Gay. G. H.E, (2002). Focus on the Transaction, Small Business Update, Barbados Investment and Development Corporation. No. 3 Sept-Dec 2002: p 8.

Prussia, P.R. Gay, G.H.E., Bruce, A., (2002). Analysis of Cervico-vaginal Smears in the Paediatric Population (18 years and under); West Indian Med J 2002 Mar; 51(1): 37-9. Located on the World Wide Web at:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?md=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=12089874&dopt=Abstract

Bishop, O.S., Gay, G., (2000). E-Commerce, an offshore services Jurisdiction. Information Technology in Developing Countries; Vol. 10, No. 3, Dec. 2000. Located on the World Wide Web at: http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/egov/ifip/dec2000.htm

Prussia, P.R., Gay, G.H.E., Bruce, A. (1998). Analysis of Cervico-vaginal Smears in the Paediatric Population (18 years and Under): Poster presented during April 22-25, 1998 at the Commonwealth Caribbean Medical Research Council (CHRC), 43rd Scientific Meeting in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

Conferences

2014, 1 - 4- June, Mayenga, C., Haynes, A., McPherson, Lewis, C. and Gay, G., Transforming Assessment and Evaluation: An In-Depth Analysis of the Transformative Impact of CXC's Electronic marking,  Biennial Conference of the UWI Schools of Education, Barbados

2012, Oct 9-11, Gay, G., Dringus, L. Measuring Technological E-Learning Readiness and Effectiveness in the Online Learning Environment; 18th Sloan Consortium Conference, Orlando: Online Learning at the Crossroads: Online Education in a Complex World

2009, 20-24 April, Workman, SN., Prussia, PR., Gay, GH. - Human papillomavirus type distribution in the Caribbean: implications for HPV vaccine efficacy; 54th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Caribbean Health Research Council, St. Lucia

2008, 12-14 July, Prussia, P.R., and Gay, G. H. - Human papillomavirus virus – Is the Caribbean ready to implement this vaccine?, UWI Medical Alumni Association 9th International Medical Conference, UWI: Caribbean Impact, Global Reach. Jamaica

2007, July 3-5, Mahon, S., Gay, G.  Managing Quality with Technology, 7th ACHEA Conference, Hilton, Barbados

2006, 19 - 20 May, Prussia, P.; Gay, GHE. Update in Cervical Cancer Screening: Prevention and Control, 59th UWI / BAMP / CME. Barbados

2006, 27 - 28 March, Gay, G., Mahon, S., Alleyne, P., Devonish, D.; Management Students’ Perceptions of Information and Communication Technology, 1st International Management Conference, Barbados

2005, 25 - 28 May, Smeeton, N, Corbin, D., Gay, G., Fraser, H., Wolfe, C.: Stroke incidence in Black-Caribbean populations in Barbados and South London; 14th European Stroke Conference, Bologna, Italy

2005, 25 - 28 May, Smeeton, N, Corbin, D., Gay, G., Fraser, H., Hennis, A., Wolfe, C.: Post-stroke survival in Black-Caribbean populations in Barbados and South London, 14th European Stroke Conference, Bologna, Italy

2005, 25 - 28 May, Corbin, D., Gay, G., Rambarat, C., Poddar, V., Sobers, N., Hennis,A., Rudd, A., Wolfe C., Wilks, R., Fraser, H.: Findings on computed tomography (CT) of the brain after first-ever stroke in black Caribbean patients related to clinical sub-types and outcome, 14th European Stroke Conference, Bologna, Italy

2005, 28-30 April, P Prussia, G Gay, G LaFond, N Archer, V Chatrani : What Are the Indications for Endocervical Curettage?, British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology, Edinburgh, Scotland

2005 April, , Corbin, D., Gay,G.,  Rambarat, C., Poddar, V., Sobers, N., Hennis,A., Rudd, A., Wolfe C., Wilks, R., Fraser, H.: Findings on computed tomography (CT) of the brain after first-ever stroke in black Caribbean patients related to clinical sub-types and outcome, Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC), Tobago, West Indies

2005 April, Sobers, N., Corbin, D., Poddar, V., Hennis, A., Gay, G., Wilks, R., Wolfe, C., Fraser, H.: Cultural adaptation of the Abbreviated Mental Test for use in a Caribbean stroke population, Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC), Tobago, West Indies

2005 April, Adomakoh, S., Emtage, M., Gay, G., Lewis, S., Key findings from part 1 of the Barbados Workforce Impact (WIS) Study – A KABP Survey of adults in the labour force 2003-2004

2004 November, 19 – 21, P. Prussia and GHE GayUpdate in Cervical Cancer Screening”; 56th UWI / BAMP / CME, Barbados

2003 April, S Connell, DOC Corbin, G Gay, V Poddar, N Sobers, A Hennis, HS Fraser, R Wilks, CDA Wolfe: Short term outcome, disability and caregiver stress after first-ever stroke in previously independent individuals, Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC); Grenada
 

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