I have been educating IT professionals for over 15 years as a community college lecturer, and I have been educating persons in IT topics there years before that. Over the course of those 18 years I have amassed a wealth of experience in curriculum, course, and program evaluation, design and re-design. I was instrumental in helping my colleg get accreditation by plaing a pivotal role in the re-designing of our Computer Studies curriculum, courses and program.
In the area of Information Technology, I specialize in the following:
- Curriculum evaluation, design, or re-design
- Course evaluation, design, or re-design
- Program evaluation, design, or re-design
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or queries.
Papers and Essays
Over the course of many years of lecturing, studying and presenting at various conferences, I have amassed several student handouts, essays, open letters and papers. Some of the work is published and some is not; some is old but relevant and some is not so old but still relevant. However, all are available to peruse and download free of charge.
Here is a list of my papers and essays, with the most popular ones on top:
- Intellectual Property: What it is and why it needs to be protected in developing nations in the new millennium
- Cultural Preservation Through Intellectual Property Protection
- Recommendations for 21st century post-secondary education in Guyana and other developing countries
- Government of Guyana’s policy on post-secondary education as a tool for national economic and social development
- Guyana needs a community college in its education system
- Higher Education Accreditation (in the United States)
- Post-secondary education policy as a tool for the economic and social development of Guyana
Over the past 16 years of lecturing computer subjects ranging from computer architecture to Java programming, I have amassed a series of handouts that I give to students. I have included the handouts that are still relevant in the hope that some budding engineer or programmer might find it useful.
Here is a list of my student handouts, with the most popular ones on top:
Videos of my lectures to students
The videos below are videos of actual lectures that I gave, teaching the techniques outlined in Six-Step Relational Database Design™. They give a detailed explanation of the six steps outlined in the book starting with a summary of step 1 to Step 5, and goes through all six steps.
The videos are in sequence and some of the steps may have more than one video explaining that step. You can also watch the videos directly on my YouTube channel .
Click on the images below to watch the videos (also on YouTube ).