Dissertations for Women's Studies
Teaching women's studies: Exploring student engagement in technology-rich classroom learning communitiesDoctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Maryland, College Park.
Steptoe, Leslye Carynn
Droppin' knowledge: Black women's communication and informal learning in an online communityPh.D. thesis, University of Colorado at Boulder.
Sturman, Susan Michele
Toward a feminist ethics of identity in technoscienceMaster's thesis, University of Toronto .
Whose technology gap? The nature of motivation for achieving critical computer literacy among African-American womenPh.D. thesis, Northern Illinois University.
Trupe, Alice Lillian
Back to school in the Virtual Age: Reentry women students take computer-assisted basic writing at an urban community collegePh.D. thesis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Vered, Karen Orr
Schooling in the digital domain: Gendered work and play in a computer-integrated elementary classroomPh.D. thesis, University of Southern California.
Weatherly, Martha Gail
Personal development and transformational outcomes for women earning an online degreePh.D. thesis, Texas A&M University.
Welch, Elizabeth Francesca
Media literacy education applications: “Twilight” and “Grey's Anatomy” as anti-feminist mediaMaster's thesis, Oklahoma State University.
Williams, Alicia Jean
Identification of content, priority, and methods of instructional delivery for a women's health component in an internal medicine residency program: A modified delphi studyPh.D. thesis, West Virginia University.
Williams, Gemma Adelaide
Perceptions of women and minority community college executive leaders on the Internet as a means of keeping community colleges competitivePh.D. thesis, Argosy University/Sarasota.
A Feminist Postmodern Study of Women in an Online Doctoral Degree Program: A Heuristic InquiryPh.D. thesis, University of Calgary .
Yakubowski, Donna J.
Grade 12 women tell stories of their lives in a technology-enhanced drafting classroomMaster's thesis, The University of Regina .
Ziyadah, Suliman M. I.
Saudi female attitudes toward distance learning in higher educationPh.D. thesis, Indiana State University.