Promising Practices Catalog
This document presents very brief summaries of promising and effective practices identified by NCWIT social scientists and will evolve as more practices are developed and recognized. The practices summarized here aim to 1) Increase the numbers of girls and women in computing. They have goals or benefits related to recruiting, retaining, or advancing the diverse range of females. 2) Make diversity in computing matter to individuals, organizations, and society. They have goals or benefits related to innovation, communication, and talent development. Each entry summarizes evidence related to research on a question about diversity goals or benefits and is followed by one or more case studies or a tool that presents a possible response or solution to the posed question.