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Journal Club: Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Implicit Measures and Their Frequently Supposed, But Not Entirely Correct Answers

Second edition of the Diversity Lunch Discussion journal club, with a focus on the Implicit Association Test. Many participants also *took* an IAT—Rose suggests you try taking the Race IAT before our discussion tomorrow: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html

So much knowledge and expertise in this group.

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Useful beyond CS

Cynthia Lee’s three-page guide “What can I do today to create a more inclusive community in CS?” from:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5UdjOQyUxKreDQxZUlMb0U3SkE/view

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Changing The Game for Girls in STEM

Actually not about games or “serious gaming”: http://www.techbridgegirls.org/index.php?id=277
A nice critique of the “leaky pipeline” metaphor in p. 12: http://online.fliphtml5.com/udnc/tezw/#p=12

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Paid for by Chevron, so I guess they know more than most about pipelines…

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