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Women in Technology
Apply for technology careers online @ womenintechnology.co.uk - a leading online job board, networking and events group for women working in the IT profession in the UK. Our network is free to join, we send out weekly e-news letters, organise regular networking events and women can apply for new roles online.
Women into Computing
Women into Computing (WiC) is a network of people committed to raising the profile of women in the computing and IT fields.
Website for Edge magazine.
The Mary-Margaret Network encompasses a diverse clientele in the games, electronic media, and entertainment industries. We place outstanding candidates - from individual contributors to C-level executives - in positions in every department: from art to engineering, production to sales, and graphics to operations. Since 1996, our focus on superior service to employers and candidates has earned us an unsurpassed reputation for recruitment services and career management.
IGDA Women in Games Development Resources
Extensive list of resources and links at the International Game Developers Association 'Women in Games Development' Special Interest Group.
Thumb Bandits is a Gaming Community for both male and female gamers, however the site is heavily slanted towards Women Gamers, the Games Industry Re Women Gamers, Female Gaming within Academia and many interest pieces on / about women.
Computer Clubs 4 Girls
Computer Clubs for Girls (CC4G) is a new kind of club full of interesting things to do. It's exclusively for 10 to 13 year old girls.
Because women do play!
... appeal to the non-gaming fashionable market - everything we do is focused on creating cool video games inspired products ... inspirational characters - jet setting IT girls who love designer brands and cocktails just as much as video games.
Women in the realm of Computer Visual Arts, Effects, and Animation.
Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and the Information Society (SIGIS)
For a long time there has been a concern that women are excluded from computers. However, there are important changes going on: the transformation of ICTs and their penetration into the home, education and the workplace means the level of use of computers, the internet, mobiles phones and other systems by women and men is converging. SIGIS has analysed 30 such initiatives and related processes of inclusion.
Game Girl Advance
Lots of cool stuff girl and game related...
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