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This chapter will bridge theories such as ICT, creativity, learning, and gender in one framework, and particularly focuses on how to meet gender gaps in learning contexts by using ICT and the strategies of developing gender sensitive creativity training programs in developing contexts. In this sense, this chapter contributes to imply both how to encourage more women users and how women can better use ICT for developing contexts in the changes towards creative society. Accordingly, a review on developing ICT-supported educational programs in diverse contexts around the world will be firstly made, which highlights the strategy of learning though ICT is not a new initiative; however, why gender gaps in using ICT are still key issues? This drives this chapter to further discuss gender gaps in developing creativity by ICT from a psychological perspective. Finally, a series of strategies of developing gender sensitive creativity training programs will be discussed in order to facilitate the changes towards a creative society.
|Titel||Gender Gaps and the Social Inclusion Movement in ICT|
|Redaktører||Idongesit Williams, Olga Millward, Roslyn Layton|
|Status||Udgivet - 2019|
|Navn||Advances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology (AHSAT) Book Series|
Williams, I. (red.), Kretova, O. A. (red.) & Layton, R. (red.), 2019, IGI global. 325 s.
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