Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Teaching Inclusive Design,
Alannah Oleson, Christopher Mendez, Zoe Steine-Hanson, Claudia Hilderbrand, Christopher Perdriau, Margaret Burnett and Andrew Ko,
ACM International Computing Education Research, August 2018 (to appear).
Open Source barriers to entry, revisited: A sociotechnical perspective,
Christopher Mendez, Hema Susmita Padala, Zoe Steine-Hanson, Claudia Hilderbrand, Amber Horvath, Charles Hill, Logan Simpson, Nupoor Patil, Anita Sarma, Margaret Burnett,
ACM/IEEE ICSE 2018, pp. 1004-1015.
Gender in Open-Source Software: What the tools tell,
Christopher Mendez, Anita Sarma, Margaret Burnett,
Gender Equality Workshop at ICSE'18, pp. 21-24.
- Gender HCI and Microsoft: Highlights from a Longitudinal Study
(preprint), Margaret Burnett, Robin Counts, Ronette Lawrence, Hannah Hanson, IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, October 2017 (to appear).
- Andy Ko's book chapter about analytical methods, including GenderMag. From the book "Design Methods" by Andrew J. Ko, 2017.
- Gender-Inclusiveness Personas vs. Stereotyping: Can we have it both ways? Charles Hill, Maren Haag, Alannah Oleson, Chris Mendez, Nicola Marsden, Anita Sarma, and Margaret Burnett, ACM Conference in Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), May 2017. Best Paper Honorable Mention
- GenderMag Experiences in the Field: The Whole, the Parts, and the Workload, Charles Hill, Shannon Ernst, Alannah Oleson, Amber Horvath, and Margaret Burnett, IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), September 2016, 199-207.
- Finding Gender-Inclusiveness Software Issues with GenderMag: A Field Investigation, Margaret Burnett, Anicia Peters, Charles Hill, and Noha Elarief, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), May 2016. Best Paper Honorable Mention
- GenderMag: A Method for Evaluating Software's Gender Inclusiveness, Margaret Burnett, Simone Stumpf, Jamie Macbeth, Stephann Makri, Laura Beckwith, Irwin Kwan, Anicia Peters, William Jernigan, Interacting with Computers, 2016.
Latest version of the GenderMag kit.
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- End-User Debugging Strategies: A Sensemaking Perspective, Valentina Grigoreanu, Margaret Burnett, Susan Wiedenbeck, Jill Cao, Kyle Rector, and Irwin Kwan, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, (2012).
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- Gender HCI Issues in End-User Programming, Laura Beckwith, Ph.D. Thesis, Oregon State University, 2007.
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- "Designing Features for Both Genders in End-User Software Engineering Environments," Laura Beckwith, Shraddha Sorte, Margaret Burnett, Susan Wiedenbeck, Thippaya Chintakovid, and Curtis Cook, IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, 153-160, September 2005.
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