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The roles of socializers in career choice decisions for high school students in rural central Appalachia: "Who's doing what?".

Carrico C, Murzi H, Matusovich H.
UIID-AD: 4133
2016; doi: 10.1109/FIE.2016.7757722.

Students from low social economic status (SES) groups remain underrepresented in higher education and particularly in STEM fields. From existing literature, we know some of the barriers in promoting STEM careers among people in low SES groups include a...

XSEDE training: Achieving access and inclusion.

Akli L, Madrid M, Alameda J, Rivera L, Gordon SI.
UIID-AD: 4102
2016; doi: 10.1145/2949550.2949586.

An XSEDE strategic goal is to extend use of high-end digital services to new communities by preparing the current and next generation of scholars, researchers, and engineers in the use of advanced digital technologies via training, education, and outreach....

An Investigation into Gender Disparities in the Field of Computing.

Hussain AJ, Connell L, Francis H, Al-Jumeily D, Fergus P, Radi N.
UIID-AD: 4211
2015;20-25. doi: 10.1109/DeSE.2015.17.

This paper seeks to unpack the main reasons as to why there is a dramatic gender imbalance as females are underrepresented in the subject of computer science. Research was undertaken as a British University and focused upon the Faculty...

BJC in action: Comparison of student perceptions of a computer science principles course.

Barnes T, Price TW, Albert J, Catete V.
UIID-AD: 4480
2015; doi: 10.1109/RESPECT.2015.7296506.

The Beauty and Joy of Computing (BJC) is a curriculum for the new AP Computer Science Principles course. Over the past 2 years, we have collected post-course surveys from 399 students participating in the BJC course. This paper investigates...

Engaging underrepresented groups in high school introductory computing through computational remixing with EarSketch.

McKlin T, Magerko B, Freeman J, Reilly M, Permar J, Summers C, Fruchter E.
UIID-AD: 4464
2014;85-90. doi: 10.1145/2538862.2538906.

In this paper, we describe a pilot study of EarSketch, a computational remixing approach to introductory computer science, in a formal academic computing course at the high school level. The EarSketch project provides an integrated curriculum, Python API, digital...

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