The Janus Project Workshop: Workshop Program (1997)

New Learning Technologies and Women: A Two-day Workshop to Unveil Recent Research Findings & Discuss the Implications

In 1995, CCLOW developed the Janus Project to examine new communications technologies as they related to women's learning. The Project was conceived in two parts: the development of a discussion paper on issues surrounding new technologies and how they affect women's opportunities to learn, and a two-day workshop to discuss the findings of the paper and identity areas for further work.

This document introduces and describes the two-day workshop held March 21-22, 1997 at the Hotel du Fort in Montreal.

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