Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Technology--Study and teaching; Women in technology;
This literature review is about strategies for bridging the gender gap in technology use in the classroom and the workplace. The research done on the subject indicates that a gender gap does exist in the classroom and the workplace. Women and girls have not been encouraged to participate in classes or training that will prepare them to make the transition from the classroom to the workplace. The conclusion of this review suggests several methods to aid instructors and employers in bringing about equity in the classroom and the workforce. The implementation of diversity training, mentoring, and role modeling are just three of the methods suggested by the research.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
J. Ana Donaldson
1 PDF file (iv, 37 pages)
©2006 Martha Frazier
Frazier, Martha, "Strategies for bridging the gender gap in technology use : from education to the workplace" (2006). Graduate Research Papers. 682.