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Amelie Hauptstock

Public Relations, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften, The University of Duisburg-Essen

Focus of Work

The proportion of female IT specialists is just 17% (BITKOM). This underrepresentation means that women's needs are little or not considered. The IT & me project therefore gives women more presence in IT. We develop - in partnership with the target group - an e-learning and networking platform on which female IT specialists can individually develop themselves in order to prepare for the next career stage. We encourage exchanges and networking so that women in IT can mutually support each other and become more present in the industry.

Research and Practice projects (selection)

Publications (selection)

 

Pröbster, M., Marsden, N. (2019). Personas and Identity: Looking at multiple identities to inform the construction of personas. CHI ’19 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Paper 335.

Pröbster, M., Hermann, J., Marsden, N. (2). Partizipative Entwicklung einer Lern- und Vernetzungsplattform für weibliche IT-Professionals. MUC Mensch und Computer (MuC 2018).018

Haag, M., & Marsden, N. (2018). Exploring personas as a method to foster empathy in student IT design teams. International Journal of Technology & Design Education.

Koop, W., Brückmann, T., Benner-Wickner, M., Kleinschmidt, M. & Gruhn, V., (2018). Situation-based e-learning in software engineering: using software engineering-related metadata to improve self-empowered learning. In: Proceedings of the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering: Companion Proceedings (ICSE ’18). ACM, New York, NY, USA (159–160).

 

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Keywords

E-Learning, Women in STEM, participatory Design, GenderUseIT

Casegroup

Mathematics, Natural Sciences