Mr. Lenandlar Singh

Lenandlar Singh
Mr. Lenandlar Singh BSc PGDE MSc
Senior Lecturer
Department of Computer Science

lenandlar.singh@uog.edu.gy
Office: Room E32
 
 

Lenandlar Singh is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Guyana. He joined the staff on September 1, 2000. He received a BSc in Computer Science (2000) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education (2005) from the University of Guyana.  In 2007 he earned an MSc in Internet Applications Development from the University of Brighton . In 2014 he completed a Certificate in University and College Administration from the University of Manitoba (Online). Most recently he served as the Head of the Department of Computer Science (2012 - 2016). He is also the current Chief Examiner for the Caribbean Examinations Council’s CAPE Examinations in Information Technology.

Certificate/Professional Courses Completed

  • Internet Governance– European Summer School on Internet Governance, EuroSSIG 2013. August 04-09, 2013, Meissen, Germany.
  • Training in Virtual Tutoring. Organisation of American States. April 10 – July 02, 2013
  • Shaping the Internet, History and Futures. ISOC NGL 2012  April – October, 2012. Diplo Foundation – www.diplomacy.edu
  • Advanced Internet Governance, Cybersecurity. Internet Governance Capacity Building Program (IGCBP 2012), June 11- August 03, 2012. Diplo Foundation - www.diplomacy.edu
  • Policy Research Methodology – Internet Governance Capacity Building Program (IGCBP 2011). October – December, 2011. Diplo Foundation - www.diplomacy.edu
  • ICT Policy and Strategic Planning - Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP 2011) . July – August, 2011. Diplo Foundation - www.diplomacy.edu
  • Foundation in Internet Governance. Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP 2011). February – June, 2011. Diplo Foundation - www.diplomacy.edu
  • Open Content Licensing for EducatorsWorkshop. March 21-25, 2011. http://wikieducator.org/Open_content_licensing_for_educators/Home
  • Learning for Content WikieEducatorWorkshop. Dec 6-17, 2010 http://wikieducator.org/Learning4Content/Workshops/eL4C48/Home
  • Internal Controls and Risk Management. The Institute of Internal Auditors, Guyana Chapter. October 28, 2010.
  • IT Governance – IT Fraud, Risks and Controls. The Institute of Internal Auditors, Guyana Chapter. October 27, 2010.
  • ICT for Development(ICT4D, Graduate Level). University of Joensuu, Department of Computer Science and Statistics, May, 2009
  • Local E-Governance in the Caribbean, University of the West Indies,  Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), December 2005.
  • Web Application Development using Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Technologies, Tata InfoTech, New Delhi, India, December 2004.

Teaching

My teaching focuses mainly in the following areas:

  • Computer Literacy
  • Internet Computing & Internet Governance
  • Object Oriented Software Development
  • Management Information Systems

Research Interests:

My research is focused almost entirely on, but not limited to the following areas: 

  • Computer Science Education
  • Mobile Learning and Web 2.0
  • Learning Technologies/Educational Technologies
  • Internet Security 
  • User Interface Design and Evaluation 
  • ICT4D

Research and Publication

Book

  1. Bastick, Z and Singh, L. (2005). Modelling Integrated Socio-Technical Feedback Systems: E-Democracy and Other Applications.  Department of Computer Science, University of Guyana, ISBN 978-976-624-028-8.

Book Chapters  

  1. Singh, L., Thomas, T.D., Gaffar, K., & Renville, D. (2016). Mobile Learning in the Developing World: Perceptions Using the UTAUT Model. In Handbook of Research on Mobile Devices and Applications in Higher Education Settings. Eds Briz-Ponce, L., Juanes-Mendez, J.A., & Garcia-Penalvo, F.J.
  2. Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2013). On the Formal Use of Facebook in Education in Deutsch, N. (Ed.).(2013). Connecting online for instruction and learning: International perspectives. Charleston: Createspace. pp. 125-152
  3. Singh, L. (2011). Structured vs Unstructured Use of Facebook in the Classrooms at the University of Guyana. In J. Mair (Eds.), Face the Future: Guyana and the New Media Revolution, (pp. 55-64). Arima Publishers

Book Review

  1. Singh, L. (2012) VIRTUAL POLITICS – The Internet and Guyana’s 2011 Election. Eds Mohamed,P. Presented at the Book Launch Meeting, April 12, 2012.

Journal Articles

  1. Bali, M., Honeychurch, S., Hamon, K., Hogue, R.J., Koutropoulos, A., Johnson, S., Leunissen, R., & Singh, L.(2016) "What is it Like to Learn and Participate in Rhizomatic MOOCs? A Collaborative Autoethnography of #RHIZO14," Current Issues in Emerging eLearning: (3) 1, Article 4.
  2. Singh, L. (2015). Reflections on the Peer to Peer University (P2PU) ‘Intro to Openness Course’, Learning and Teaching in Action, 11(1), pp. 102-107. Manchester Metropolitan University (Online). Available at http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/ltia/Vol11Iss1
  3. Singh, L. (2015). Peerwise: Flexible Learning and the Contributing Student Pedagogy. Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics, 19(1), 67-90
  4. Dundas, D., & Singh, L. (2014). A Model for Introducing FOSS in Education in Guyana. Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics, 18(2), 101-112
  5. Thomas, T.D., Singh, L., Gaffar, K., Thakur, D., Jackman, G.A., Thomas, M., Gajraj, R., Allen, C., Tooma, K. (2014). Measurement invariance of the UTAUT constructs in the Caribbean. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT),10(4), 102-127.
  6. Singh, L. (2014). Technology Enhanced Peer Learning with PeerWise: Students Experiences and Perception from a Developing Country. Caribbean Teaching Scholar, 4(1), 5-22.
  7. Thomas, T., Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2013). The utility of the UTAUT model in explaining mobile learning adoption in higher education in Guyana. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT). 9(3), 71-85
  8. Singh, L. (2013). Guided Assessment or Open Discourse: A Comparative Analysis of Students’ Interactions on Facebook Groups. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 14(1), 35-43.
  9. Gaffar, K., & Singh, L. (2012). Supporting Computer Science Education Using Web 2.0 and Social Software: Students and Lecturers’ Usage and Perception. Journal of Arts Science and Technology, 5(1), 65-91.
  10. Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2011). Using Social Software to Support Computer Science Education A Case of Using Facebook Groups. e-Journal of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences, 5(1).
  11. Gaffar1, K., Singh1, L., Thomas1, T. (2011). Are We Ready for Web 2.0? Evidence from a Caribbean University. Caribbean Teaching Scholar, 1(2), 129-146.
  12. Singh, L. (2011). Accuracy of Web Survey Data: The State of Research on Factual Questions in Surveys. Information Management and Business Review, 3(2), 48-56.
  13. Singh, C., Singh, L. (2011). Investigating the Combination of Text and Graphical Passwords for a more secure and usable experience. International Journal of Network Security and Its Applications (IJNSA), 3(2), 78-95
  14. Gajraj, R.R., Singh, L., Williams, M. (2010). A COMPUTER-BASED  PROGRAMMING PEDAGOGY: stepwise instructed implementation of explained example code. e-Journal of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences, 4(1).
  15. Singh, L. (2009). On the Usability of Social Software Systems: A Preliminary Study Using Elgg. Georgian Electronic Scientific Journal: Education Science and Psychology. 2(15), 63-81.
  16. Singh, L. (2009). Where are we? A review of Effort and Cost Estimation Techniques used for Web Applications .Georgian Electronic Scientific Journal: Computer Science and Telecommunications, 3(20), 102-115.
  17. Bastick,Z., & Singh, L. (2007).  The Socio-Technical Indicator Model: Socially-Sensitive CMC Technology, with an Implementation of Representative Moderation. International Journal of Computer, Information, and Systems Science, and Engineering, 1(1),48-58.

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. Honeychurch, S., Bozkurt, A., Singh, L., & Kotropoulous, A. (2016). Understanding Lurkers in Online Learning Communities. Accepted for Presentation in the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education (SoMeHe) Conference, December 16, 2016. UK.
  2. Mohamed, S., Singh, L., & Singh, C. (2015). Investigating the Use of Video as Authentication Mechanism. Paper presented at the McNair Undergraduate STEM Research Conference. October 14-16, 2015. Florida International University (FIU), Miami, Florida, USA
  3. Keefer, J.M., Hogue, R., Bali, M., Hamon, K., Koutropoulos, A., Leunissen, R., & Singh, L. (2015). Pioneering Alternate Forms of Collaboration: Technologies That Support and Sideline #Rhizomatic Learning. Digital Learning Research Network (DLRN) Conference Making Sense of Higher Education: Network and Change.  October 16-17, 2015, Stanford University, California, USA.
  4. Honeychurch, S., Shaw, A., Singh, L., Hogue, R., & Bali, M. (2015). A herd of freely associating, autonomous cats: how a Facebook group helped turn a bunch of cMOOC participants into a learning community. ALT Annual Conference 2015: Shaping the Future of Learning Together, September 8-10, Manchester, England.
  5. Hogue, R., Keefer, J.M, Singh, L., Hamon, K., Koutropoulos, A., Bali, M., Honeychurch, S., & Leunissen, R. (2015). Emerging Technologies that Drive Online Collaboration. #SMSociety15: Social Media and Society. July 27-29, Toronto, Canada.
  6. Hogue, R., Bali, M., Singh, L., Koutropoulos, A., Honeychurch, S., Ensor, S., Elliott, T., Hamon, K., Vaile, V., & Sinfield, S. (2015). #Rhizo14 Collaborative Autoethnography: Challenges and Joys of Unwriting the Untext. ET4Online: Open and Collaborative Education. April 22, 2014. Available online at http://olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org/conference/2015/et4online/rhizo14-collaborative-autoethnography-challenges-and-joys-unwriting-untext
  7. Singh, L. (2015).  Facebook in Undergraduate Education: An Update. Moodle MOOC 6 Online Conference. May 05, 2015
  8. Singh, L. (2014).  On the Affordances of Facebook Groups as a Learning Management System.Moodle MOOC 4 Online Conference. June 28, 2014.
  9. Jackman, G.A., Thomas, T.D., Singh, L., Thakur, T. (2014). Investigating the Factors Influencing Students’ Acceptance of M-Learning: A Caribbean Undergraduate Experience. Paper presented at the AERA Annual Meeting, April 06, 2014, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  10. Singh, L. (2014). First year university students’ use of Facebook for learning engagement. Connecting Online (CO14) Online Conference. February 07, 2014.
  11. Singh, L. (2014).  Can Facebook support learning management? An Analysis of the Facebook Group Design. Moodle MOOC 3 Online Conference. February 24, 2014.
  12. Singh, L. (2013).  What do you do when there is no Moodle? Presented at MoodleMoot Virtual Conference (MMVC13), August 23-25, 2013
  13. Dundas, D., & Singh, L. (2013). A Model for Introducing FOSS in Education in Guyana. Presented at the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Development(to be published in conference proceedings), August 12-14, 2013, Georgetown, Guyana.
  14. Singh, L., & Williams, M. (2013). More Computing, Less IT: Towards Developing the Next Generation of Technology Creators. Presented at the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Development(to be published in conference proceedings), August 12-14, 2013, Georgetown, Guyana.
  15. Singh, L. (2013).  Peerwise and Students’ Contribution: Experiences from the Field. Presented at the Connecting Online (CO13) Conference. February 1-3, 2013
  16. Dundas, D., & Singh, L. (2012). The Status and Potential of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in Guyana. Paperpresented at the Caribbean Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, Bridgetown, Barbados, November 2-4, 201, 6(2), pp.2 (abstract only)
  17. Thomas, T., Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2012). Mobile Learning Adoption in Higher Education in Guyana. Paper presented at the Caribbean Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, Bridgetown, Barbados, November 2-4, 2012, 6(2), pp.2-3 (abstract only)
  18. Singh, L. Gaffar, K. & Thomas, T. D. (2012) "Mobile Learning: Lecturers versus Students on Usage and Perception using the UTAUT". Presented at the 2nd International Scientific Conference; University of Technology (Jamaica), June 2012. 
  19. Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2012). Engaging Computing Students on their Turf - Facebook Groups at Work. Presented at the Connecting Online (CO12) Conference. February 3-5, 2012.
  20. Singh, L., & Williams, M. (2011). Free, Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) in Educataion: A Guyana Perspective. Presented at the First Caribbean Educators Network (CEN) Online Conference, August 8 – 13, 2011.
  21. Singh, L., & Gaffar, K. (2011). Adopting Social Networks in Education: Does Content Area Influence Usage and Outcomes?. Presented at the First Caribbean Educators Network (CEN) Online Conference, August 8 – 13, 2011.
  22. Gajraj, R., Bernard, M., Williams, M., & Singh,L. (2011). Transforming Source Code Examples into Programming Tutorials - Stepwise Instructed Implementation of Annotated Example Code. Presented at The Sixth International Multi-Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology ICCGI 2011, June 19-24, 2011 – Luxembourg, IARIA, pp. 160-164
  23. Gaffar, K and Singh, L. (2011). Supporting Computer Science Education using Web 2.0 and  Social Software: Students and Lecturers  Usage and Perception. Presented at the  Inaugural Scientific Conference, University of Technology , Jamaica. June 8-10, 2011
  24. Singh,L., &  Gaffar,K. (2010). Using Social Software to Support Computer Science Education - A Case of Using Facebook Groups. Paper presented at the 17th Biennial Conference Caribbean Academy of Science (CAS) Conference, Antigua, November 15, 2010.
  25. Singh, L., & Williams, M. (2010).CyberSecurity: The Role of Information Sharing Amongst National Shareholders. Paper presented at First National Conference on Cyber Security, Regency Suite, Georgetown, Guyana, October 20-21,2010.
  26. Gajraj, R.R., Singh, L., & Williams, M. (2010). A COMPUTER-BASED PROGRAMMING PEDAGOGY: stepwise instructed implementation of explained example code. Paper presented at the TWAS ROLAC Caribbean Young Scientist and Technologist Workshop and Conference, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, January 20-22, 2010.Published in Caribbean Academy of Sciences (CAS) Conference Proceedings.
  27. Gardler, H.M., Gardler, R. & Singh, L. (2003). The Use of Open Source Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Education. Paper presented at the FlosCaribbean Conference on Free and Open Source Software, Port of Spain, Trinidad, June 23, 2003. Published in Conference Proceedings. Available online at www.ccmsuwi.org/ConferencesandSeminars/FLOS/pdfs/Gadler.pdf

Conference Poster Presentation

  1. Mohamed, S., Singh, L., & Singh, C. (2015). An Investigation of Video as Authentication Mechanism. Presented at the McNair Undergraduate STEM Research Conference. October 14-16, 2015. Florida International University (FIU), Miami, Florida, USA
  2. Dundas, D., & Singh, L. (2013). A Model for Introducing FOSS in Education in Guyana. Presented at The Third Annual Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF) Workshop, December 2-3, Georgetown, Guyana
  3. George, S., Marks, E., Singh, L., & M.Williams(2012). ProTag: A Prosodic Tagging Engine for Dynamic Text. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computing and Information Technology (DCIT), Annual Computing Forum, St Augustine Campus, UWI. Feb 03, 2012.
  4. Kissoon, J., Singh, L., Williams, M., Acri, E., & Baird, M. (2012). Kochore: A New Approach to Mitigate HTTP Session Hijacking. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computing and Information Technology (DCIT), Annual Computing Forum, St Augustine Campus, UWI. Feb 03, 2012.

Undergraduate Research Poster Presentation

  1. Ramotar, A. & Singh, L. (2008). CellTracker - A Tracking tool using Mobile Technologies - GSM/GPS and Google Earth. Poster Prepared for the World Science Day Symposium, Georgetow, Guyana. November 10, 2008.
  2. George,S.,  Marks, E.,  Singh, L.,  & Williams,M.(2011). ProTag: A Prosodic Tagging Engine for Dynamic Text. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Research presentation and exhibition day.
  3. Kissoon, J., Singh, L., Williams, M., Acri, E., & Baird, M. (2011). Kochore: A New Approach to Mitigate HTTP Session Hijacking. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Research presentation and exhibition day.
  4. Carroll, C., Singh, L., & Marks, E. (2011). The Grey Digital Divide:  Investigating the effects of an improved user interface on the elderly’s reluctance to use Computers. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Research presentation and exhibition day.
  5. Gomes, B., Singh, L., Williams, M., & DeFreitas, P. (2011). Carbon Footprint Assessment Simulation: Assessing the change in activities that would lead to a reduction in carbon emissions. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Research presentation and exhibition day.
  6. Ramcharitar, P., Marks, E., Singh, L., DeFreitas, P., & DeJesus-Barakat, F. (2011) Online Social Contexts: Investigating the Usability Overheads in Managing Multiple Social Contexts on Online Friendship Social Networks.
  7. Hussein, S., DeFreitas, P., Singh, L., & Baird, M. (2012). Using Games as Analogs to Teach Programming Concepts. Presented and Exhibited at the Department of Computer Science Undergraduate Research presentation and exhibition day.

 

University Seminars & Research Presentations

  1. Singh, L. (2013). Library 2.0 - Using Social Media to enhance Library Services. Paper Presented at the University of Guyana Library Research Day, University of Guyana, May 23, 2013
  2. Singh, L. (2013). Peerwise and the Contributing Student Pedagogy: Computer Science Students Contribution to a Multiple Choice Repository. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Natural Sciences Seminar Series, February 19, 2013.
  3. Thomas, T., Williams, M., & Singh, L. (2012). The Research Environment at the University of Guyana. Presented at the University of Guyana seminar Series, Dec 14, 2012
  4. Singh, L., Morris-Martin, A., DeFreitas, P., & DeJesus-Barakat, F. (2012). Supporting Undergraduate Computer Science Research. Paper Presented at the Faculty of Natural Sciences Seminar Series, December 05, 2012.
  5. Singh, L. (2012). Student-centric Pedagogy with PeerWise. Paper Presented at the University of Guyana, School of Education and Humanities Research Day Conference, University of Guyana, May 2-4, 2012
  6. Singh, L. (2011). Use of Pair Programming in Pre-University Settings: A Preliminary Review. Paper presented at the Young Academics Society (YAS) Seminar Series. December 22, 2011.
  7. Singh, L. (2011). An Analysis of the Use of Social Media by Political Parties in the Guyana 2011 Elections Campaign. Paper presented at the Faculty of Sciences Seminar Series. November 23, 2011.
  8. Singh, L. (2011). New Tools for Teaching: New Ways of Learning. Paper Presented at the University of Guyana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Young Academic Society (YAS) Seminar, August 30, 2011.
  9. Gaffar, K & Singh, L. (2011). Web 2.0 in Education: Issues and Opportunities. Paper Presented at the University of Guyana, School of Education and Humanities Research Day Conference, University of Guyana, June 30, 2011.
  10. Singh, L. (2011). Design Web Surveys: Practical Issues and Considerations.  Paper Presented at University of Guyana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Seminar Series. University of Guyana. June 15, 2011
  11. Singh, L. (2011). Using Web 2.0 in Education.  Paper Presented at University of Guyana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Communications Studies Seminar Series. University of Guyana. May 19, 2011.
  12. Singh, L. (2008). Greener ICT Usage: What should we be doing in Guyana? Paper Presented at the World Science Day Symposium, Georgetown, Guyana. November 10, 2008.
  13. Singh, L. (2007). Evaluating Software Research: Effort and Cost Estimation Techniques for Web Applications. Paper presented at University of Brighton MSc Seminar.
  14. Singh, L. (2007). Selecting a Content Management System: Issues of Concern to Webmasters. Paper presented at University of Brighton MSc Seminar Series.
  15. Singh, L. (2005). IT Education at the University of Guyana. Paper presented at the 6th Annual General Meeting & Symposium of CARISCIENCE - Science & Technology in Guyana: The Reality & Challenges, Education Lecture Theatre, University of Guyana. November 3-4, 2005.

 

Invited Talks & Presentations

  1. Singh, L. (2015). Tools for Success: Student’s Tech toolkit. Talk delivered to new students at University of Guyana 2014 Orientation exercise. September 2, 2015. Turkeyen Campus, Georgetow, Guyana.
  2. Singh, L. (2015). ICT opportunities for Girls. Paper presented at the NFMU Girls in ICTs Event, Georgetown, Guyana, May 02, 2015
  3. Singh, L. (2014). On becoming a successful online learner. Talk delivered to first batch of University of Guyana online students. October 01, 2014. Turkeyen Campus, Georgetown, Guyana.
  4. Singh, L. (2014). Thinking Critically. Talk delivered to first batch of University of Guyana online students. October 01, 2014. Turkeyen Campus, Georgetown, Guyana.
  5. Singh, L. (2014). Tools for Success: Student’s Tech toolkit. Talk delivered to new students at University of Guyana 2014 Orientation exercise. August 26, 2014. Turkeyen Campus, Georgetow, Guyana.
  6. Singh, L. (2014). “Girls in ICTs: A Preliminary Analysis”. Paper presented at the 1St Caricom Girls in ICTs Event, Caricom Secretariat, Guyana, April 24, 2014.
  7. Singh, L. (2014). Open Educational Resources and Opportunities for High School Teachers. Open Education Day Celebration, January 24, 2014, Skeldon High School, Berbice.
  8. Singh, L. (2013).The Use of Open Access Repositories and Directories – DOAJ and OPENDOAR. UG-UNESCO Workshop, November 20, 2013. CIT, University of Guyana.
  9. Singh, L. (2013) The Use the R Statistical Software and the Latex typesetting tool in academia. UG-UNESCO Workshop, December 13, 2013. CIT, University of Guyana.
  10. Singh, L. (2013). Free and Open Source Software Applications: R and Statistical Analysis. Presented at Software Freedom Day Celebrations, NATI, New Amsterdam, Berbice and UGBC, Tain, Corentyne, Berbice, September, 20, 2013.
  11. Singh, L. (2013). Free and Open Source Software Applications: Typesetting with Latex. Presented at Software Freedom Day Celebrations, UGBC, Tain, Corentyne, Berbice, September, 20, 2013.
  12. Singh, L. (2013). Information Technology as a Career: Challenges and Opportunities. Presented done to Queens College students, Queens College, Georgetown, May 24, 2013.
  13. Singh, L. (2013). “Empathic Education:  A Place for Social Media”. Paper Presented at the Teachers Appreciation Day (TAW) 2013 Seminar. Online, May 09, 2013.
  14. Singh, L. (2013). “Girls in ICTs: Problems and Possibilities”. Paper presented at the 2nd Girls in ICTs Symposium, Guyana International Convention Center, April 25, 2013.
  15. Singh, L. (2013). "Why Open Source Software/Open Hardware? Paper presented at the 1st Guyana Open Source Hardware Day, April 20, 2013, Moray House, Georgetown, Guyana.
  16. Singh, L. (2013). Open Access in Guyana. Paper presented at the UNESCO/IFAP Regional LAC Consultation on “Open Access to Scientific Information and Research – Concept and Policies. March 4-8, 2013, Kingston, Jamaica
  17. Singh, L. (2011).  "Open Source (Code) for Teaching and Collaboration – The Cases of Elgg and TuxPaint. Paper Presented at the Software Freedom Day Event, University of Guyana, Berbice Campus. September 21, 2011
  18. Singh, L. (2011).  "Open Source Tools for Higher Education - Examples of Elgg and Mediawiki. Paper Presented at the Software Freedom Day Event, University of Guyana,. September 17, 2011
  19. Singh, L.(2011). Cloud Computing: An Introduction.  Paper Presented at University of Guyana Lunch and Learn Seminar Series. University of Guyana. May 19, 2011.
  20. Singh, L. (2010). Open Source Software and Commercial Alternatives. Paper Presented at the Software Freedom Day Event, University of Guyana, Berbice Campus. September 30, 2010
  21. Singh, L. (2008). What is Software Freedom, and implications for Guyana? Paper Presented at the Software Freedom Day Event, University of Guyana, Berbice Campus. October 17, 2008
  22. Singh, L. and Williams, M. (2005). Computer Aided Instruction – Using Technology to Augment in Class Lectures. Paper presented at the University of Guyana Workshop for new lecturers, Education Lecture Theatre, University of Guyana. January 19, 2005.

 

Research Monograph

  1. Singh, L., Gaffar, K., & Thomas, T. (2012)Mobile Learning: Lecturers versus Students on Usage and Perception using the UTAUT Model. University of Guyana Research Report.
  2. Gaffar, K., & Singh, L. (2011). Mobile Learning: A Review and Opportunities for Future Research, University of Guyana Research Report
  3. Mancey, A., Singh, L., Kissoon, V., Samaroo, A. and Bain, D. (2008). Free and Open Source Software in CSEC and CAPE Syllabi. Paper presented to the Caribbean Examinations Council - April 18, 2008, Barbados.
  4. Braithwaite, S., Hinds, L., Kissoon, V., Mancey, A., Singh, L. and Singh, V. (2006). Developing the Information Society in Guyana – Challenges and Opportunities. Paper presented as input to the Guyana Information and Communications Technology Strategy Document, March 1, 2006. Paper published at www.devnet.org.gy/documents/guyana_is_poa.pdf
  5. Mancey, A., Singh, L., Kissoon, V., Samaroo, A. and Bain, D. (2005). Updating the CXC and CAPE Syllabi with Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). Paper presented to the Caribbean Examinations Council(CXC) for review and consideration, February 2005.  Paper published at http://www.jalug.org/forum/edu/public/837672665188?b_start:int=20#297431299472

Unpublished Manuscripts

  1. Singh, L. (2007). A Usability Evaluation of the Social Software Elgg as a teaching and learning support tool for Information Systems and Computer Science Courses. Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Masters of Science in Internet Applications Development, School of Computing, Mathematical and Information Sciences, University of Brighton, United Kingdom. October 2007.
  2. Singh, L.(2005). A Correlation Study Investigating the Relationship between Grades obtained in Mathematics and Grades Obtained in Computer Programming. Thesis submitted as partial fulfilment of the Requirements for the Post Graduate Diploma in Education, School of Education and Humanities, University of Guyana July 2005.
  3. Singh, L. (2000). E-Commerce Applications in Guyana - A Model for future E-Commerce Companies. Thesis submitted as partial fulfilment of the Requirements for the Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, University of Guyana, August 2000.

Contacts