Status 
In progress
Margaret Burnett

Dates

Activity Date 
April 25, 2018
Target Completion Date 
August 30, 2098
Goal statement 
Community wiki with teaching resources for faculty to incorporate bits of GenderMag (gender-inclusive software design) into their courses. Update: now in use at more than 20 universities. How to get it: http://gendermag.org (click on the Teach link)

Meta

Organization 
Oregon State University
Department 
EECS
Author 
burnett
City 
Corvallis
State 
Oregon
Activity Description 

Community wiki with teaching resources for faculty to incorporate bits of GenderMag (gender-inclusive software design) into their courses. Lecture modules, active learning exercise, homeworks, etc. Suitable for Usability/HCI, Software Engineering, Web Design, Game Design, and Computing Ethics courses. http://gendermag.org

Progress On Activity 
We are in continually in beta-level, and would welcome sharing copies of your own materials you've used/evolved for this. More important, please join us to teach not only how to create software, but how to create inclusive, unbiased software.
Paper published at ACM ICER'18, with 11 insights into pedagogical practices that can help you finetune teaching this material in your classes. (Available at http://gendermag.org.)
At least 20 universities across the US and world are teaching with it. (There's a list at http://gendermag.org, if you want to see who they are.)
Lessons Learned 
Many. See http://gendermag.org
Goal tag(s) 
Outreach
Reducing Unconscious Bias
Teaching