Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Gender and ICT

A recently released report of an investigation into women and their involvement in the use and design of information and communication technology that a "gap" between males and females still exists. This particular report is the third in a series, and summarises findings from 48 case studies of interventions designed to enhance women's participation in ICT. The cases are drawn from Ireland, Italy, Norway, and Scotland. Details for the report are:

Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and the Information Society. Final Report (Public Version) by W.Faulkner, K.Sørensen, H Gansmø, E. Rommes, L.Pitt, V. Lagesen Berg, C.McKeogh P. Preston R.Williams, and J.Stewart.

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