You can now watch & hear Session 5: “Increasing Diversity in the Face of Enrolment Booms in Computer Science – or Computer Science is Too Important to be Left to Men” here. The session starts at approx 00:05:10. Information on upcoming sessions is on the Seminar webpage.
Given the increasing links between research funding and government policy, it is ever more important that the Computing Science Research and Education Communities engage with Westminster and regional governments. Read more here…
You can now watch & hear Session 3 from 28 October: “What is happening in UK Schools for CS and how can you get involved?” here. The access passcode is uUg6vC@u starting 00:00:38). Session 4 from 4 November “What Can be Learned from the Research? Findings from a U.S. Initiative to Broaden Participation in Computing” is here. The access passcode is S043!JNG (starting 00:00:42). Information on upcoming sessions is on the Seminar webpage.
You can now watch & hear Session 2: “Funding research and implementation of best practices initiatives for broadening participation in computing WHERE Equity and Diversity Meet in CS Undergraduate Programmes” here. The access passcode is hrx4K?aa and the session starts at approx 00:04:00. Information on upcoming sessions is on the Seminar webpage.