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Technological University Dublin
This poster presents a toolkit of practical initiatives and guidance on how to enhance gender balance in computing higher education. The suggested initiatives are designed in the way that could be adapted for a use in a local context, especially in universities in the UK or in Ireland. The initiatives are categorised under four main areas: Policy, Pedagogy, Influence & Support and Promotion & Engagement. Additionally, guidance is given on mechanisms to evaluate the impact of these initiatives. This work will be of interest to champions looking to enhance gender balance in their computing courses.
Gender, Women, Initiatives, Tool, Computing Education, Toolkit
Computer Sciences | Women's Studies
Prof Sarah Jane Delany, Dr Susan McKeever, Prof Brenda Murphy
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Berry, A., & Delany, S. J. (2023). TechMate: A Research-Driven Toolkit to Enhance Gender Balance in Computing Education. Technological University Dublin. DOI: 10.21427/E8P8-9E91