Undergraduate students' gender differences in IT skills and attitudes

  title={Undergraduate students' gender differences in IT skills and attitudes},
  author={A. C. K. Lee},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
The worldwide concern about the gender gap in information technology and the lack of woman participation in computer science has been attributed to the different cultural influences to which boys and girls are subject. In The University of Hong Kong, girls achieved greater improvements in their computer skills than their male counterparts after completing one year of studies. Recognising their own progress has, in turn, boosted their confidence in using IT. The young women’s estimates of their… CONTINUE READING
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