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Changing the Online Climate via the Online Students: Effects of Three Curricular Interventions on Online CS Students’
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Although CS Education researchers and practitioners have found ways to improve CS classroom inclusivity, few researchers have considered inclusivity of online CS education. We are interested in two such improvements in online CS education- besides being inclusive to each other, online CS students also need to be able to create inclusive technology.

Subject:
Computer Science
Women's Studies
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Author:
Christopher Perdriau
Heather Garcia
Lara Letaw
Margaret Burnett
Rosalinda Garcia
Date Added:
04/06/2022
Inclusivity Bugs in Online Courseware: A Field Study
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Research paper about gender-inclusivity issues found in online CS courses---an an automated tool (AID/Courseware) for detecting those issues.

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Computer Science
Education
Women's Studies
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Author:
Amreeta Chatterjee
Anita Sarma
Doshna Umma Reddy
Lara Letaw
Margaret Burnett
Patricia Morreale
Rosalinda Garcia
Rudrajit Chaudhuri
Sabyatha Satish Kumar
Date Added:
09/16/2022
Lecture: GenderMag Personas
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Focuses on teaching personas. Could use these modifications: Students read persona before discussing facets, focus on why personas matter, avoid mentioning cognitive walkthroughs

Subject:
Computer Science
Engineering
Information Science
Material Type:
Lecture
Author:
Margaret Burnett
Zoe Steine-Hanson
Date Added:
11/15/2021
Research: Gender-Inclusiveness Personas vs. Stereotyping: Can We Have it Both Ways?
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CITATION: Gender-Inclusiveness Personas vs. Stereotyping: Can We Have it Both Ways? Charles Hill, Maren Haag, Alannah Oleson, Chris Mendez, Nicola Marsden, Anita Sarma, Margaret Burnett, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'17), May 2017, pp. 6658-6671. ABSTRACT: Personas often aim to improve product designers' ability to "see through the eyes of" target users through the empathy personas can inspire - but personas are also known to promote stereotyping. This tension can be particularly problematic when personas (who, of course as "people" have genders) are used to promote gender inclusiveness - because reinforcing stereotypical perceptions can run counter to gender inclusiveness. In this paper we explicitly investigate this tension through a new approach to personas: one that includes multiple photos (of males and females) for a single persona. We compared this approach to an identical persona with only one photo using a controlled laboratory study and an eye-tracking study. Our goal was to answer the following question: is it possible for personas to encourage product designers to engage with personas while at the same avoiding promoting gender stereotyping? Our results are encouraging about the use of personas with multiple pictures as a way to expand participants' consideration of multiple genders without reducing their engagement with the persona. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f1aJhWGfLM

Subject:
Computer Science
Engineering
Information Science
Material Type:
Primary Source
Author:
Alannah Oleson
Anita Sarma
Charles Hill
Chris Mendez
Maren Haag
Margaret Burnett
Nicola Marsden
Date Added:
11/15/2021