Online Publications. (Computer Talk)

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Online Publications. (Computer Talk)


Asha S. Kanwar & Margaret Taplin, eds., BRAVE NEW WOMEN OF ASIA: HO WDISTANCE EDUCATION CHANGED THEIR LIVES (Vancouver, BC: The Commonwealth of Learning, 2001). 82p. ISBN 1-895369-79-7. Downloadable in PDF format from http://www.col.org/ resources/publications/BraveNew.pdf

Coumba Mar Gadio, EXPLORING THE GENDER IMPACT OF THE WORLD LINKS PROGRAM: SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS OF AN INDEPENDENT STUDY CONDUCTED IN FOUR AFRICAN COUNTRIES (November 2001). Examining a program in which computer labs are provided for boys and girls in Senegal, Mauritania, Uganda, and Ghana, consultant Gadio found that girls in some of the locations have more difficulty actually getting to use the computers than boys do, but that they are more likely than the boys to use computer resources for academic pursuits. In both HTML and PDF format at: http://www.world-links.org/english/html/genderstudy.html

GENDER-SENSITIVE HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE AND CAREGIVING RESEARCH: A SYNTHESIS PAPER (a final report commissioned by the Women's Health Bureau, Health Canada, with co-funding from the Home and Continuing Care Unit, Health Care Directorate, Health Canada, and the Status of Women Canada): the executive summary is at http://www.cewh-cesf.ca/en/resources/gshaccacr/synthesis.html; from there, the full 88-page report is downloadable in PDF format.

An 80-page guide to FRENCH LAWS REGARDING THE INTERNET is downloadable in PDF format, in French, from France's Ministry of Justice at http://www. …

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