Flyers

GenderMag Flyer

A two-page flyer that summarizes the method concisely. Often handed out during conferences and presentations.

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GenderMag Practices and Potential Pitfalls

Flyer describing the Practices & Potential Pitfalls experienced when incorporating the GenderMag method into a development process. As found through research conducted with 10 real-worlds softare teams.

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GenderMag Heuristics

Heuristics used to running a heuristic evaluation, focused on generating designs aimed towards inclusivity, with an emphasis on the cognitive facets seen in our personas.

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GenderMag Infographic

Infographic showing the use of the GenderMag method throughout Oregon State University.

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Presentations


ACM Webinar at SIGSOFT - 2019

An ACM webinar at the special interest group on software engineering. Presented by Dr.Burnett, and Dr. Sarma. Note: the following link requires registration in order to watch the recording. We will update the link once the video is posted publicly.

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GenderMag Talk at the University of Washington - 2018

Gender-Inclusive Software talk at the University of Washington.

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Margaret Burnett's Distinguished Professor Lecture on GenderMag - 2016 - (60-minutes)

The Burnett Distinguished Professor Lecture on GenderMag (60 minutes), presented May 2016. (The actual talk starts about 3 minutes in.)

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GenderMag Talk at CHI - 2016 - (20-minutes)

Talk on GenderMag (a field study) at The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2016 (20-minutes)

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GenderMag Talk at ITU Copenhagen - 2015

This talk was presented in November 2015, and represents a version of GenderMag at the time.

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Google Tech Talk - 2015

Google Tech Talk about GenderMag (presented May 11, 2015).

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NBC Namibia's Interview on GenderMag - 2019 - (10-minutes)

In an interview on NBC-Namibia, Prof. Margaret Burnett from Oregon State University discusses the importance of gender-inclusiveness in technology - especially software tools for programming and problem-solving with GenderMag. She is joined by Prof. Anicia Peters who discussed the Namibian Women in Computing Society's Annual Conference and why Prof Margaret was invited to attend.

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CSforAll Blog Post: "No girls allowed" in your School's software? - May, 2019

Some students don't seem to "get" computers as well as others. Unconscious biases in software design are sometimes to blame.

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The New Stack Blog Post: How Men and Women Approach Open Source Differently - January, 2019

With open source software becoming more and more a requirement for job searchers, job seekers are finding that it is critical to becoming a part of this community. Many would rather see a GitHub profile than a CV. But currently, only about 10 percent of open source contributors are women.

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Keynote at ICPC - 2011

Margaret Burnett gave a keynote at ICPC late in June 2011 on GenderMag.

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Rome,Italy Mini-Interviews about GenderMag - 2011

Here is a handful of mini-interviews done in Rome, June 2011, with Margaret Burnett and Chris Scaffidi for our new encyclopedia article, about End-User Programming, End-User Software Engineering, and Gender.

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Keynote at PPIG - 2010

Margaret Burnett gave a keynote at PPIG 2010 early in September 2010 on GenderMag.

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Channel 9 Interview on Gender and Software - 2009

Here is a June 2009 Microsoft Channel 9 interview on Gender and Software with Margaret Burnett.

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GenderMag Talk at Microsoft Cambridge - 2006

Laura Beckwith and Margaret Burnett gave a talk in September 2006 summarizing the findings at that time, at Microsoft Research Cambridge, on gender issues in end-user programming.

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