This handout is also available in PDF.
Students in the class are responsible for selecting readings. See the list of readings from the prior offering for some suggestions.
|1||Friday, 25 January 2013||No reading. First class.||SamR|
|2||Friday, 1 February 2013||
Maria Klawe and Nancy Leveson. 1995. Women in computing: where are we now?. Commun. ACM 38, 1 (January 1995), 29-35. DOI=10.1145/204865.204874
Maria Klawe. 2002. Girls, boys, and computers. SIGCSE Bull. 34, 2 (June 2002), 16-17. DOI=10.1145/543812.543818
Maria Klawe, Telle Whitney, and Caroline Simard. 2009. Women in computing---take 2. Commun. ACM 52, 2 (February 2009), 68-76. DOI=10.1145/1461928.1461947
|Martin and Kim|
|3||Friday, 8 February 2013||
Sheryl Sandberg (2011). Keynote Speech at 2011 Grace Hopper Celebration
of Women in Computing. Video available at
||Chike and Dilan|
|4||Friday, 15 February 2013||
Gloria Childress Townsend. 2002. People who make a difference: mentors and role models. SIGCSE Bull. 34, 2 (June 2002), 57-61. DOI=10.1145/543812.543831
|5||Friday, 22 February 2013||
Bess Sadler (2013). Creating a commons. code4lib conference.
Additional info at
|Colin and Sarah|
|6||Friday, 1 March 2013||
Lori Carter. 2006. Why students with an apparent aptitude for computer science don't choose to major in computer science. SIGCSE Bull. 38, 1 (March 2006), 27-31. DOI=10.1145/1124706.1121352
Roli Varma. 2010. Why so few women enroll in computing? Gender and ethnic differences in students' perception. Computer Science Education 20, 4 (December 2010), 301-316.
|Aditi and Ji Soo|
|7||Friday, 8 March 2013||No class! Faculty (and some students) unavailable.|
|8||Friday, 15 March 2013||Marques and Nathalie|
|9||Friday, 5 April 2013||Ji Soo and Martin|
|10||Friday, 12 April 2013||Aditi and Marques|
|11||Friday, 19 April 2013||Brianne and Nathalie|
|12||Friday, 26 April 2013||Chike, Colin, and Marques|
|13||Friday, 3 May 2013||Nathalie and Dilan|
|14||Friday, 10 May 2013||No reading. Final class. Debrief and wrap up.||SamR|
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