fe|male analyses the use of Web 2.0 technologies as well as their didactical advantages with respect to gender sensitive education in schools. fe|male involves youngsters as well as their different lifestyles and perspectives throughout the whole life cycle of the project and puts an emphasis on participatory as well as gender related teaching.


Duration 01/10/2008 - 30/09/2010
Funding Bund (Ministerien)

Department for Continuing Education Research and Educational Technologies

Center for Technology-enhanced Learning and Educational Information Systems


Zauchner, S.; Stepancik, E.; Wiesner, H. (2010). Facebook, Twitter & Co. Gendersensible Lehre im Web 2.0. IFF, Soziale Technik: Zeitschrift für sozial- und umweltverträgliche Technikgestaltung


Buben fordern, Mädchen fördern: wie das Web 2.0 Gender Stereotype aufbrechen kann

Lange Nacht der Forschung, 05/11/2010

Informationskultur 2.0: Bitte nicht den Überblick verlieren!

fe|male-Tagung: Web 2.0 in der Schule: Buben fördern - Mädchen fordern?, 20/09/2010

Mobile Lernszenarien und Social Software, Workshop

fe|male Tagung, Purkersdorf, 20/09/2010

partizipation und gendersensible Gestaltung von Web 2.0 Lernszenarien.

fe|male Abschlusstagung, 20/09/2010

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