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Category: Gender and ICT

Research Reviews

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ICT Research

The ABC of gender equality in education
Girls and computing: female participation in computing in schools
Mobile phones & literacy: empowerment in women’s hands – a cross-analysis of nine mobile experiences
Does gender influence emotions resulting from positive applause feedback in self-assessment testing?
Technology acceptance among pre-service teachers: does gender matter?
Does gender influence emotions resulting from positive applause feedback in self-assessment testing?
Australian students in a digital world
The odd one out: revisiting and investigating the gender imbalance in ICT study choices
A bright future in ICT opportunities for a new generation of women
Women active in the ICT sector
Women and ICT: why are girls still not attracted to ICT studies and careers?
E-skills for jobs in Europe: measuring progress and moving ahead
Engendering the knowledge society: measuring women’s participation
Applying a gender lens to science, technology and innovation
Information and communications technology and gender equality
Making education a priority in the post-2015 development agenda
Integrating information and communication technologies into communication
The stereotypical computer scientist
Digital Divas: designing approaches to enthuse girls’ interest in ICT studies and ICT careers
Digital Divas: working to change students’ perceptions about ICT courses and careers
ICT skills and training development a ‘state of play’
Building sustainable networks for young women and ICTs throughout Australia - final report
Gender differences in the reading of e-books
Evaluating student satisfaction with blended learning in a gender-segregated environment



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