IGaDtools4MINT — Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming framework for computer science study programs
The project "IGaDtools4MINT" aims to persistently enhance the proportion of women in computer science and other STEM courses (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), since, despite numerous efforts, the proportion of women in these subjects stagnates at a low level.
In collaboration with the Computer Supported Learning Research Group, the Integration Team – Human Resources, Gender and Diversity Management at the RWTH University and with the Technischen Universität Berlin we light up several national and international successful efforts and study their transferability to the computer science course at the RWTH University.
A central goal of this project is the development of a Gender and Diversity Toolkit as collection of successful efforts, which could be converted in other STEM courses and at other universities in future as well.
For further information please see www.igadtools4mint.de.
|Kerber, Florian||HackIt! - Framework||Bachelor Thesis||Jan Holz, Hendrik Thues||InfoSphere, IGaDtools4MINT||Finished||Tue 18. Sep. 2012|
February 2011 – January 2014 (3 years)
The project is fully funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
- go4IT! - Robotics workshops
- Gender & Diversity Projects (Supported by the Excellence Initiative)
- Virtual Project House for Gender & Technology Research: Life Course Lab (Supported by the Excellence Initiative)
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