University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
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.
Dr. Gay's research interests are in technology and e-learning readiness among stakeholders in educational institutions and businesses.
Wolfe CD, Corbin DO, Smeeton NC, Gay GH, Rudd AG, Hennis AJ, Wilks RJ, Fraser HS. Estimation of the risk of stroke in black populations in Barbados and South London. Stroke. 2006 Aug 1;37(8):1986-90.
Gay G, Mahon S, Devonish D, Alleyne P, Alleyne P. Perceptions of information and communication technology among undergraduate management students in Barbados. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT. 2006 Nov 26;2(4).
Gay GH. An assessment of online instructor e-learning readiness before, during, and after course delivery. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 2016 Aug 1;28(2):199-220.