Patricia A. Joseph

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This report expands upon the work started by an ITiCSE 2005 Working Group, which established the groundwork for collecting and analyzing the oral histories of computing educators and provided a foundation for the Computing Educators Oral History Project (CEOHP). The main charge for the Working Group during ITiCSE 2008 was to begin analyzing the interviews(More)
The ACM Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) has long used a double-blind reviewing process for both its annual symposium and ITiCSE conference. However, it is healthy for a community to review its policies and practices periodically to ensure that they continue to meet the needs and objectives of the community. Toward this end,(More)
While technology has advanced in more recent decades, women have not shared in the successes that computer information systems has provided. Without the help of many significant female role models in computer information systems education, business, and industry, young women still hold the belief that computer and information science is an unattractive and(More)
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