Australian women in IT0

  title={Australian women in IT0},
  author={Liisa von Hellens and Susan H. Nielsen},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
■ The IT skills shortage in Australia is a complex problem involving human resource management, education, and social factors. A notable part of the problem is the declining participation there of women in IT education and work over the past two decades. A longitudinal study we’ve been conducting since 1995—called Women in Information Technology, or WinIT—of Australian high school students, university students studying IT, and female IT professionals suggests that cultural factors influence… CONTINUE READING
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