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[Fwd: tao: Women and the Knowledge Based Economy -> Symposium feb 19th in ottawa]
jesse hirsh wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 17:00:08 -0800 (PST)
> From: H. Boudreault <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: kbes <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
> Subject: JCWS-CCEF February 19th Symposium
> Here is the information about the Symposium sponsored by the Joint Chair
> in Women's Studies at Carleton University/University of Ottawa,
> organized by Leslie Regan Shade of the Department of Communication at
> the University of Ottawa, and entitled "Women and the Knowledge Based
> Economy (KBES)".
> Voici les renseignements au sujet du Symposium subventionné par la
> Chaire conjointe en Études des femmes de l'Université d'Ottawa/Carleton
> University, organisé par Leslie Regan Shade, du département de
> Communication de l'Université d'Ottawa, et intitulé "Women and the
> Knowledge Based Economy (KBES)".
> THE JOINT CHAIR IN WOMEN'S STUDIES IS PROUD
> TO PRESENT THE FIRST OF ITS SERIES OF SYMPOSIA
> WOMEN AND THE KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY (KBES)
> DATE: FEBRUARY 19, 1999
> LOCATION: SIMARD HALL, ROOM 129,
> UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
> Here are some of the questions that will be explored:
> * how can the education of women be designed to
> interact with the needs of a knowledge based economy?
> * what are the constituent elements of digital
> literacy and what are the possible gendered inferences?
> * what sorts of work are being created, how can
> women gain the requisite skills, and how can they
> contribute as citizens to the ongoing dialogue
> concerning the KBES?
> *how can information highway policies with respect
> to economic growth, job creation, digital literacy
> and lifelong learning meet the needs of women
> within the education system?
> * how can women influence the policy making process
> surrounding the KBES and the Information Highway?
> SCHEDULE OF THE DAY
> DATE: FEBRUARY 19, 1999
> LOCATION: SIMARD HALL, ROOM 129, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
> 08:30-09:00 Coffee/Juice and Registration
> 09:00-09:10 Opening Remarks by the organizer of
> the Symposium, Leslie Regan Shade, of the
> Department of Communication at the University of
> 09:10-09:30 "Perennial or Millennial?: Eve and
> the Problem of Knowledge", Presentation by Michele
> Ollivier, of the Department of Sociology at the
> University of Ottawa, and Wendy J. Robbins, English
> Professor at the University of New Brunswick and
> former incumbent of the Joint Chair in Women's
> Studies at Carleton University/ University of Ottawa;
> 09:30-09:50 Discussion/Question Period
> 09:50-10:10 "Back to the Ghetto? Women and the
> KBES", by Heather Menzies, of the Canadian Studies
> Department at Carleton University;
> 10:10-10:30 Discussion/Question Period
> 10:30-10:45 Coffee/Juice/Muffin Break
> 10:45-11:10 "Title of the Presentation",
> Presentation by Ellen Balka, of the Department of
> Communication at Simon Fraser University;
> 11:10-11:30 Discussion/Question Period
> 11:30-11:40 Closing remarks of the morning part
> of the Symposium.
> 11:40-12:00 Exchange of information/material
> and networking
> 12:00-13:00 Catered Lunch
> 13:00-13:20 "Sex, Lies and Women in the KBES",
> Presentation by Marita Moll, Head of Research and
> Technology at the Canadian Teacher's Federation in
> 13:20-13:40 Discussion/Question Period
> 13:40-14:00 "Youth Team Model", Presentation by
> Elizabeth McGregor, Senior Analyst, Gender,
> Science, Technology, at Industry Canada;
> 14:00-14:20 Discussion/Question Period
> 14:20-14:40 Coffee/Juice/Cookie Break
> 14:40-15:00 "What is Happening in APEC on
> Gender, Science and Technology", Presentation by
> Monique Frize, Nortel/NSERC Joint Chair of Women in
> Science and Engineering at Carleton University and
> the University of Ottawa.
> 15:00-15:20 Discussion/Question Period
> 15:20-15:40 Laying down grounds for future
> partnership between the numerous entities,
> Government bodies (through their representatives,
> speakers and participants), Learning Institutions
> (through their professors and speakers), NGO's,
> Corporations, and other interested individuals.
> 16:15-16:30 Closing Remarks.
> REGISTRATION: No cost, but registration is mandatory.
> For additional information, please access the web
> site: "http://aix1.uottawa.ca/~shade/symp.htm", OR
> please contact:
> The Symposium Organizer
> Dr. Leslie R. Shade,
> Department of Communication
> University of Ottawa
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> tel: 613-562-5800 X 3827
> fax: 613-562-5240
> Helene Boudreault, Administrator
> of the Joint Chair in Women's Studies
> at Carleton University/University of Ottawa
> email: email@example.com
> tel: 613-520-6644
> fax: 613-562-5800
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