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Papers and Presentations

 

Effective Access: Teachers' Use of Digital Resources
Merlot International Conference
August 5-8, 2003 in Vancouver, B.C., Canada

 
Bridging Barriers: Using Technology to Attract, Retain, and Mentor the Engineering Workforce of Tomorrow
Presented at the Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN) Conference
June 9-11, 2003 in Chicago, Illinois
Researcher's Voice in Web-based Course Management Systems
Presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference
April 21-25, 2003 in Chicago, Illinois
Engendering Technology in the Era of Globalization
Presented at University of Central Oklahoma
March 31, 2003 in Edmond, Oklahoma
 
Models for Change: Collaboration as the Foundation for Promoting Technology Literacy with Women
Presented at the AAUW Educational Foundation Symposium "International Perspectives: Global Voices for Gender Equity,"
November 16, 2002 in Washington, D.C.
Space Aliens? Women, ICTs, and Gender-Equitable Electronic Resources
Association of Women in Development(AWID) Conference
October 3-6, 2002 in Guadalajara, Mexico
Gender and Science Digital Library
Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN) Conference
June 8-11, 2002 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Gender and Science Digital Library
Power Point Presentation
Society for Women Engineers (SWE) Conference
October 9-12, 2002 in Detroit, Michigan
The Gender & Science Digital Library
Paper presented at 2002 National Conference of the Association of Gender Equity Leadership in Education (AGELE), San Diego, CA.
The Gender & Science Digital Library Project
In D-Lib Magazine(December 2001), Vol. 7 No. 12.
 
The Role of Digital Libraries in High School Teaching of STEM
Presentation at 2003 MERLOT International Conference (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching International Conference), Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
 
Digital Library opens the world of science - without gender bias
Elizabeth Armstrong, July 29th, 2003
 
It's in the Air: Building a Cyber Resource on Gender and the Sciences
Paper presented at 2002 National WEPAN Conference (Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Networks), San Juan, Puerto Rico.
 
The Gender & Science Digital Library
In Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) sponsored monograph Digital Libraries as Complement to K-12 Teaching & Learning, Section 2.0 Value Added Services and Tools, Chapter 6.
 

The Gender & Science Digital Library: Impacting Student Achievement in Science
In Knowledge Quest, Practitioner Journal for American Association of School Librarians. Volume 31, Number 3. p. 28 - 29.

 

 
 

Working Papers and Digests

 
Gender, Discourse, and Technology
Gender & Diversities Institute Research to Action Report
Katherine Hanson
Approaching Technology
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Promoting Gender Equity in the Science classroom
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Becomng a Scientist
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Women and Girls in Science
WEEA Equity Resource Center Center
Sundra Flansburg and Gay Gordon
   

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Recent research by Joyce S. Kaser, Ed.D. stemming from our GEMS: Gender Equity in Online Learning project.

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Recent research by Oreoluwa Somolu, Joyce S. Kaser, and Katherine Hanson.

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