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Does Jane Compute?: Preserving Our Daughters' Place in the Cyber… (edition 1998)

by Roberta Furger

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The year is 1998. Being computer savvy means making a Web page with sparkly backgrounds, using Hyper Studio, and knowing what a CD-ROM is. Also, there is a gender gap. While nowadays most kids are proficient in Facebook, Farmville and whatever else kids are playing these days, the gender gap hasn't gone away. This book looks at some of the issues behind that gender gap in the primary school level. ( )
  lemontwist | Apr 19, 2012 |
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The year is 1998. Being computer savvy means making a Web page with sparkly backgrounds, using Hyper Studio, and knowing what a CD-ROM is. Also, there is a gender gap. While nowadays most kids are proficient in Facebook, Farmville and whatever else kids are playing these days, the gender gap hasn't gone away. This book looks at some of the issues behind that gender gap in the primary school level. ( )
  lemontwist | Apr 19, 2012 |

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