Renuga Jayakumar

Mrs Renuga Jayakumar BSc., MSc., PTLLS

Lecturer

London

Tel: +44 (0) 207 566 7600
E-mail: r.jayakumar@uwtsd.ac.uk

Renuga Jayakumar

Lecturing on IT modules and supervising IT projects

Renuga has been working as an IT lecturer at UWTSD and lecturer at University of Hertfordshire.

She has been working as a lecturer in higher education in the UK since 2008. She also taught in India. After gaining her masters qualification, she worked both in industries as trainer and in academia. She is passionate in teaching. Her main motive is to help her students in their learning process to perform well in the academics as well as to compete in the IT industry.

Currently, Renuga is working on comparison between NoSQL database and normal RDBMS.

Database Systems, Data Warehousing, Big Data,Data Science

Modules currently teaching:

  • Database Management System
  • Business Information System
  • Internet Protocol
  • Project Management
  • Research Methods

Modules taught:

  • Advance Database Management System
  • E-commerce and web development
  • Web Evaluation
  • System Analysis and Design
  • Vb.Net, XML
  • Data Handling and Statistics
  • Ethics in Cyberspace.

System development and Cloud computing. Currently working on Conceptual Models for NoSQL databases.

  • Database Management Systems
  • Information Systems
  • Programming and web-development

Successfully developed a Student Management Systems for a pharmacy college in India.

Helping small business to implement their online portal.

Conferences:

Byrne, B, Nelson, David and Jayakumar, R (2017) Big Data Technology - Can We Abandon the Teaching of Normalisation? In: 9th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 3-5 Jul 2017, Barcelona, Spain.

Nelson, David and Jayakumar, R (2012) A Ten-Year Review of Workshops on the Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Databases. In: 10th International Workshop on the Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Databases, 09 Jul 2012, University of Hertfordshire.

Book:

“Ethics for the Information Age” compiled by Bernadette M Byrne and Renuga Jayakumar Pearson 2015 ISBN 978-1-78448-453-8