Ada Lovelace Day


Educational Resources Supported by <a href="http://findingada.com/blog/2015/03/05/ada-lovelace-day-sponsored-by-arm/">sponsorship from ARM</a>, we are embarking on a new project to develop educational resources for Year 7 pupils (age 11 - 12 years old), and we want you to be a part of that project. Our aim is to create a resources pack for teachers and parents which will be free to download and use. Worldwide Events Are you organising an event for Ada Lovelace Day this year? Would you like to get some ideas and maybe some people to collaborate with? This is the place for you! First, some links:
Topic Replies Created
About the Ada Lovelace Day category 1 March 5, 2015
Any New York City area folks on this listserv? 5 February 6, 2015
Worldwide events for 2015 - what are you doing? 10 January 12, 2015
Ada Lovelace Day, Enugu Nigeria. We need sponsors 5 September 17, 2015
"Not for people like me?" 1 May 8, 2015
Gender balance in small groups makes a big difference 4 May 4, 2015
Current pack plans 3 May 28, 2015
Illustrating career options 13 April 1, 2015
10 types of scientist 7 May 26, 2015
BBC learning primary science campaign 1 February 8, 2016
Careers data 1 March 23, 2016
Dinosaur video defaults to male 1 April 7, 2016
Education links 68 March 10, 2015
Youth Grand Challenges 1 March 25, 2017
Resources for under-10s 13 March 31, 2016
What key needs can we answer? 3 March 9, 2015
For girls or about women? 7 March 24, 2015
After-school activities 3 March 30, 2015
How do we get students involved? 1 March 9, 2015
Teachers! How do you plan your lessons? 4 April 24, 2015
Competition vs collaboration 6 April 15, 2015
Women and competition 1 April 4, 2016
Newsletter links 11 March 24, 2016
Women in STEM stats thread 2 April 27, 2016
ALD book news 1 December 16, 2014
Dream speaker line-up? 1 January 16, 2015
Idea for courses on notable women in STEM 1 January 20, 2015
Please support our Patreon project 1 February 9, 2015
Events and resources for schools 6 January 13, 2015
Profiles of organisations working with women in STEM 3 February 5, 2015