6th International Women into Computing Conference

Scope and Content

Contains material relating to the 6th International Women into Computing conference at the University of Greenwich, 14-16 July 2005, entitled The Gender Politics of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and includes:-

A3 colour poster for the conference (in oversize)

A4 colour poster

leaflet containing introduction,list of speakers and timetable of events

letter calling for volunteers to help organise the conference 2004

copy of email from Janet Payne asking members to come along to the next planning meeting on 5 Mar 2004

minutes of the Women into Computing conference planning meeting 5 Mar 2004

minutes from the Women into Computing conference planning meeting 20 May 2004

agenda and minutes of the Women into Computing conference planning group meeting, 5 Jul 2004

copy of email from Rosa Michaelson to Hazel Batchelor, regarding fundraising for the conference, 8 Jul 2004

agenda for Conference meeting 3 Sep 2004

copy of email from Alison Adam to Frances Grundy and Rosa Michaelson, suggesting it may be too late to get international people to speak at the conference 10 Sep 2004

letter written by Rosa Michaelson to differenet organisations, asking for sponsorship for the Women into Computing conference, 13 Jul 2004. Also includes three replies.

copy of email from Janet Payne, to members of the organising committee, informing them of a Papers Review Meeting to be held at the University of Greenwich on 10 Dec 2004

minutes of conference planning committee 7 Apr 2005

actions from meeting 14 Apr 2005

agenda and minutes for Conference Programme Committee meeting 22 Apr 2005

agenda for Conference Programme Committee Meeting 11 Mar 2005, a list of items to be sponsored and two Reviewer Evaluation forms for conference papers

minutes of the Women into Computing Programme Committee held in Dundee, 11/12 Mar 2005

minutes of conference planning committee 1 Jul 2005

minutes of the confernec planning group meeting 5 Jul 2005

papers regarding the publication of the conference papers

letter to Rosa Michaelson, informing her that theUK Resource Centre for Women in science, engineerimg and technology (SET) has agreed to their application for a grant towards the cost of the conference, also copy of email about the same

copies of two emails concerning sponsorship of the 2005 conference by Thoughtworks Ltd

2 copies of the Conference Organisers' Diary, listing varios deadlines

provisional programme fo events, including costings

copy of email from Frances Grundy, regarding Rosa Michaelson's paper on "Gender Mainstreaming in FP6", suggesting amendments and copy of the paper

copy of document sent out to possible delegates to ask for Conference papers

2nd call for papers

copy of an email from Rosa Michaelson, regarding the ERSC Seminar on "The Impact of Gender Relations on the Design and Use of Information and Communications Technology" 13 Jun 2001

letter form Eva Turner, Confernec Organiser thanking Rosa Michaelson for attending the conference 20 Jul 2005

reviewer evaluation form for submitted papers for the 6th International Women into Computing conference

letter to Rosa Michaelson, from the European Commission in Brussels, saying that they are unable to sponsor the conference, but think that the aims of the conference are "of crucial importance," 11 Aug 2004

agenda for Women into Computing and the British Computer Society (BCS) Women combined meeting 21 Nov 2005