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Teaching to Transgress in Computing: Faculty Perspectives on Developing Identity-Inclusive Computing Courses

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Abstract:

University computing departments have traditionally ignored how identity impacts and is impacted by technology. Addressing these challenges requires more computing faculty implementing identity-inclusive computing courses, as well as demonstrating and advocating for identity-inclusive departmental policies and practices. This panel convenes four faculty from Cohort 1 of the Cultural Competence in Computing (3C) Fellows program to discuss their first-time experiences creating and teaching identity-inclusive courses in four university computing departments across the U.S.

Citation:

Washington, A.N., Rabkina, I., Bettin, A., Spertus, E., and Alvarado, C.. Teaching to Transgress in Computing: Faculty Perspectives on Developing Identity-Inclusive Computing Courses. Conference on Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT). 2022.


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    Computing, Engineering, Equity, Faculty, Identity, Inclusion, Publications, Teaching & Classroom Learning, Technology