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Gender Digital Divide
Gender Digital Divide
Gender Digital Divide
Gender Digital Divide
Gender Digital Divide
Gender Digital Divide
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Gender Digital Divide

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    • 1. Digital Divide: Gender John Webb Darlene Skaee Brittany Carriero
    • 2.
      • Research shows that Boys and Girls have the same amount of computer access……..
      • But use them for different reasons
    • 3. What is the gender divide
      • Is there equal access?
      • Is the gap Closing?
      • How is the gap widening?
      • Why do we treat the genders differently?
    • 4. Article Summaries
      • The Influence of Gender on Attitudes, Perceptions, and Uses of Technology
        • Research Article
        • Difference in feeling towards technologies
          • Men Like it
          • Women not their favorite
        • Different ways to use technology
          • Male - computer games
          • Female - Email, online chatting
        • My opinion
    • 5. Summaries continued
      • An evolving gender divide
        • British technology survey
        • Gender gap closing
        • Data Found
          • Cell phones used more by men
          • Women had anxiety with internet use
          • Men self-taught, Women assisted
    • 6. Summaries
      • Gender, Educational, and Occupational Digital Gaps
        • Gender divide within Education and Work
        • Education gender differences steeer men and women towards different careers
          • Men take more science and math classes in HS
          • Men are more often Researchers
          • Women more often Educators
    • 7. What can be done
      • Mentor program
      • Scholarships for Women
      • Stereotype Workshops
      • Apply Gender Equity and learning environments
      • Software that is directed to Female likes
      • Assume no difference betweeen boys and girls
      • Educating students about the gender gap
    • 8. Resources
      • Clark, C, & Gorski, P (2002). Multicultural Education and the Digital Divide:Focus on Gender. Multicultural Perspectives. 4(1), 30-40.
      • Connie D Bain, Margaret L Rice. Journal of Research on Technology in Education. Eugene: Winter 2006/2007. Vol. 39, Iss. 2; pg. 119, 14 pgs
      • Cooper, J. (2006).The digital divide: The special case of gender. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.22, 320-334
      • Gorski, P (2001). Understanding the Digital Divide from a Multicultural Education Framework. Digital Divide & EdTech, Retrieved 11/03/2007, from http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/net/digdiv.html
      • Laurence Habib, Tony Cornford. InformationTechnology& People. West Linn: 2002. Vol. 15, Iss. 2; pg. 159, 16 pgs
      • Laurence Habib, Tony Cornford. InformationTechnology& People. West Linn: 2002. Vol. 15, Iss. 2; pg. 159, 16 pgs
      • Liff, Sonia, & Shephard, Adrian (2004). An evolving gender digital divide?. Oxford Internet Institute. 2, 1-10.
      • Raphael, Chad, Bachen, Christine, Lynn, Kathleen, M., Baldwin-Philippi, Jessica, & Mckee, Kristen, A. (2006). Portrayals of information and communication technology on World Wide Web sites for girls. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 11, 771-801.
      • Rice, Ronald, E. (2004).A comparative perspective from US surveys. Oxford Internet Institute. No. 2.2, 13-15.
      • Losh, S.C. (2004). Gender, Educational, and Occupational Digital Gaps. Social Science Computer Review, 22, Retrieved Movember 13, 2007, from http://www.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/22/2/152
      • http://cse.stanford.edu/class/cs201/projects/gender-gap-in-education/page20.htm
      • http://cse.stanford.edu/class/cs201/projects/gender-gap-in-education/page23.htm
    • 9.
      • ARE YOU GOING TO HELP WITH THE CHANGE?

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