INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
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- Science and
Technology sites, compiled by Marlene Manoff as part of theWSSLINKS
Women and Gender Studies site from the Women's Studies Section, American Library
- Review of websites on women and computer technology,
by Julie M. Albright, from Feminist Collections.
and Cyberjitters: Myths and Realities of Gender Differences and the Net,"
presentation at the Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Spring
Conference April 12, 2000, by Phyllis Holman Weisbard.
- "Gender and Computers:
Toolbox or Toystore?", presentation at the Wisconsin Association of Academic
Librarians Spring Conference April 12, 2000, by Tracy Luchetta. [no longer online]
- ABC News: "Wired Women: The Good, the Bad, and Ugly for 2000," "Wired Women: Internet Women of the Year: Korenman (Finally) Named for 2001," and "How Far Have Women Come Online?" (2002), by Dianne Lynch.
- Ada Project (TAP), women in computing clearinghouse,
originated at Yale University, then moved to Mills College.
- Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology strives to increase the participation and impact of women in all aspects of technology.
It co-sponsors the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing with the Association for Computing Machinery.
- Center for Women and Information Technology,
University of Maryland-Baltimore County, directed by Joan Korenman, includes
links to news articles and announcements focusing on women/gender and info.
- Computer Professionals
for Social Responsibility (CPSR) women in computing page.
- ENAWA (European and North American WomenAction) is a "network of media, ICT, information and advocacy organizations strengthening and integrating a feminist analysis in the information and media landscape in relation to social movements and the women's movement."
Technology and Women's Lives: A Bibliography,
by Linda Shult (1996) has over 750 citations, some
annotated. It is divided into these parts:
includes the Introduction and General Resources.
Science and Educationcovers women working or studying in the computer
science field as well as computers in K-12 and undergraduate education.
and Health includes general employment issues, women's manufacturing
work on computer components, the impact of computers on office work, and
health concerns with both.
Usage/Electronic Resources covers women's use of online resources
and Internet sites focusing on women and information technology.
- Studio XX is a group of women striving
to make positive and creative interventions in the field of digital media
Access: Gender and the Information Highway, includes a
background report by Leslie Regan Shade and links to other articles on
- "Women and Girls Last:
Females and the Internet," by Janet Morahan-Martin.
- Webgrrls International provides
a way for women in or interested in new media and technology to network with
Net Information listings maintained by Joan Korenman, Univ. of Maryland-Baltimore
- Women'Space is a site devoted to exploring how women use the Internet.
in Computer Science page by computer scientist Ellen Spertus (no longer updated).
- Women in Information Technology
is an annotated list of sites that began about and for women in the fields of library
& information science, information technology, computer science, and now includes coverage of engineering and other technology-related fields as well.
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