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Women, Work and Computerization
UK government policies are heralding the use of leT's in education with the hope that on-line learning will bring skill development attractive to industry and improved employment opportunities for today's learners. One feature of this is increasing the use of technology in teaching and learning across the curriculum. In this atmosphere of euphoria and expectation, is this opportunity for all or just a few? There has been little empirical work on the gender impact of using technology indoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35509-2_36 fatcat:jweltjmenfcebpcoty7vfjjczq