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*The second Conference on Gender and IT Appropriation (***genderIT 
2014): **http://genderit.wineme.fb5.uni-siegen.de/**
* *May 7-9th 2014***, in: Siegen, Germany

Chair: Jennifer Rode (Drexel University), Anne Weibert (University of 
Siegen), Volker Wulf (University of Siegen and Fraunhofer FIT)
**
Gender and IT Appropriation*
/Science and Praxis in Dialogue -- Forum for Interdisciplinary Exchange/
Science has long researched the significance of gender for the 
appropriation and application of modern information technology. How do 
boys and girls, how do men and women make use of computers and modern 
media? What interests and needs can be recognized in this use? Are there 
differences, similarities or convergences? In lessons and training 
courses in the informatics domain, girls are and have long been 
underrepresented. This finding has its continuation in scientific 
education and on the job market, where few women engage in IT related 
subjects and professions. Also, they rarely take up leading positions. 
Consequently, the role of IT in education and work has to be further 
looked into. Career choices and qualification paths in the IT domain 
have to be investigated and possibly be developed in new and innovative 
ways.

*Call for Papers*
Researchers and practitioners are invited to participate with 
contributions from their own work in the conference. Relevant topics include
+ gender specific aspects of IT appropriation and use
+ the role of the new media
+ gender awareness in computer science curricula and IT trainings
+ the relation of gender and IT in education, training and work
+ the significance of gender for career choices and qualification paths 
in the IT domain

*Submissions:* December 2nd 2013
*Notifications:* February 1st 2014
*Camera-ready papers due:* March 10th 2014

*Program Committee*
Antonella De Angeli, University of Trento
Shaowen Bardzell, Indiana University
Mark Blythe, Northumbria University
Susanne Bødker, Aarhus Universitet
Tone Bratteteig, University of Oslo
Margaret M. Burnett, Oregon State University
Elizabeth F. Churchill, eBay Research Labs, San Jose, CA
Ilona Ebbers, Universität Flensburg
Maritta Heisel, Universität Duisburg-Essen
Sabine Hering, Universität Siegen
Yasmin Kafai, Penn GSE
Nina Kahnwald, TU Dresden
Carmen Leicht-Scholten, RWTH Aachen
Claudia Müller, Universität Siegen
Heidi Schelhowe, Universität Bremen
Britta Schinzel, Universität Freiburg
Angela Schorr, Universität Siegen
Ina Wagner, TU Wien
Susan Wiedenbeck, Drexel University



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