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Gender symbolism and technology uptake: A literature review
(IGI Global, 2012)
ABSTRACT The need to promote adoption of technology in general and Information and Communication Technologies, computers, and the internet in specific terms has increasingly become of interest. Observation is that while ...
Time to change: Gendered perceptions on use of educational technology for teaching in Makerere University
Educational technologies (ETs) have globally facilitated teaching in institutions of higher learning for centuries. Makerere University with support from development partners has over the years invested in the integration ...
"Him and Her" gender diferentials in ICT uptake: A critical literature review and research agenda
(University of the West Indies, 2009)
Observed gender differences in the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) constitute a form of digital divide. Differences between male and female ICT users are of increasing interest world wide as the digital ...