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In this paper we first give a brief description of the project. Then we outline some starting points of our curricular discussion and we explain the concept of the first Summer Courses for Women in Informatics to be held in Bremen in September 1998. 1. INTRODUCTION The idea of the project Informatica Feminale 1 has its roots in three conceptual aspects of a 'liberal arts university': the definition of curricular bases, the education of students, and the promotion of research and teaching staff.

1995) Theories of the information society. Routledge, London. Willems & van den Wildenberg (1996) Haalbaarheidsstudie Ouderen en de elektronische snelweg. Den Haag. Zuunnond, A. (1994) De infocratie - een theoretische en empirische herorientatie op Webers ideaaltype in het infonnatietijdperk. Phaedrus, Den Haag. AN INTERVENTION PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN IN COMPUTING COURSES: DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE? Lorraine Staehr, Mary Martin and Graeme Byrne School of Management, Technology and Environment La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia Abstract This paper discusses the outcomes of an intervention programme conducted in 1995 and 1996 at La Trobe University, Bendigo in Australia.

The results of current curriculum 44 Part I: People and their changing values discussions are taken into account as well as experiences with curricula of specific universities or polytechnics. The summer courses are a place where new forms of teaching and learning in informatics can be tried out in an exemplary manner. A variety of offers is supposed to be realised: fundamental and special courses; practical courses; • • planni~g games; excursIOns; • presentations of special (industrial) applications; • workshops; • plenary sessions, lectures and panel discussions about actual subjects.

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