The online training covers how to do and teach GenderMag.
Why learn to do GenderMag? So you can...
Why teach GenderMag? So you can...
About 3 to 4 hours if you complete the entire training.
Once you complete the first two modules, you will get a GenderMag Evaluator certificate and, once you complete the second two, you will get a GenderMag Educator certificate. See below for more details
The GenderMag Evaluator certificate is for completing...
Module 1: GenderMag Core Components (what GenderMag is, and its main components).
Module 2: Using GenderMag to Evaluate Technology (use GenderMag to identify bias bugs in technology designs and possible fixes).
To get the certificate, you must complete the activities labelled "REQUIRED" and get 100% on both the Module 1 Quiz and the Module 2 Quiz. Multiple attempts are allowed.
The GenderMag Educator certificate is for completing...
Module 3: Incorporating GenderMag into Your Course (incorporate GenderMag teaching and learning materials into a course)
Module 4: Teaching GenderMag (identify common problems that arise when teaching GenderMag, and their mitigations)
To get the certificate, you must complete the activities labelled "REQUIRED" and get 100% on both the Module 3 Quiz and the Module 4 Quiz. Multiple attempts are allowed.
This training course was created thanks to the OSU College of Engineering Center for Research in Engineering Education Online (CREEdO), the OSU Ecampus, the National Science Foundation, the Northeastern University Center for Inclusive Computing, and Kean University.
List of authors and contributors (alphabetical): Margaret Burnett (author), Amreeta Chatterjee, Rosalinda Garcia, Samarendra Hedaoo, Catherine Hu, Sabyatha Kumar (author), Lara Letaw (author), Patricia Morreale, Jimena Noa, Doshna Umma Reddy (author), Anita Sarma, Ingrid Scheel, Tianhong Shi (author), Pam VanLonden, Gail Verdi, and Steven Zale.
If you would like to contact the course creators, please email firstname.lastname@example.org