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We consider the design and provision of websites with respect to gender issues from various perspectives. A general view of the field is given and educational issues are specifically considered in relation to gender differences in the use of IT as an effective educational aid, especially by children. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) models at different(More)
– A previous survey by Moss and Gunn has investigated gender imbalance in UK university websites. In this paper, we use the same criteria for thirty art museum websites in each of four Europe major countries, namely France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. We present the most important results in graphical form. It seems that in general the gender bias(More)
Increasingly museums are developing information systems and guides to be accessed from small mobile devices. Some of these initiatives utilise proprietary hardware and software that can require substantial development resources. More recently museums have had the option to target personal mobile devices, (e.g. Apple iPhone or Google Android handsets) which(More)
– A previous survey [3] has investigated gender imbalance in European art museum websites. In this paper, we use the same criteria for thirty science museum websites in each of three major European countries, namely France, Spain and the United Kingdom. It seems that the science museums in all three countries are anchored in an aesthetic rooted more at the(More)
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