INTERNET RESOURCES ON WOMEN:
Using Electronic Media in Curriculum Transformation
by Joan Korenman
For eight years, this site served to update my 1997 book, Internet Resources on Women. It has become increasingly outdated, however, and I have now taken it down. Many of the resources it contained, and many more, can be found in the following:
Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites
A frequently-updated, annotated, selective set of more than 700 links to sites offering resources and information about
women's studies and/or women's issues. Includes 16 topical subsections, such as Activism; Arts and Humanities (including History); Business/Work; Cyberculture and Internet Information; Girls and Young Women; Health; Science and Technology; Sexuality and Sexual Orientation; Women of Color; and more.
Women- and Gender-Related E-mail Lists
An occasionally listing and description of more than 600 e-mail lists
that focus on women- or gender-related issues. Includes 16 topical subsections, such as Activism; Arts and Humanities; Business; Health; Motherhood; Religion and Spirituality; Science and Technology; Sports and Recreation; Sexuality and Sexual Orientation; Women of Color; and more.
- WMST-L File Collection
- WMST-L is a large, international e-mail forum for discussion of Women's Studies teaching, research, and program administration. The File Collection contains more than 300 files relating to these topics. They are arranged alphabetically and also in eighteen subject sections: Academia; Books and Films; Feminism(s); Feminist Theory/Theories; Girls and Young Women; Grad School/Job Market; Health/Biology; History; Intro to Women's Studies; Language; Men; Miscellaneous; Pedagogical Issues and Strategies; Race/Ethnicity; Sexuality/Sexual Orientation; Societal Issues in the Classroom; and WMST-L.
WMST-L: Academic Women's Studies List
Information primarily about WMST-L, an academic e-mail list for discussion
of Women's Studies teaching, research, and program administration. This
- Software I Use and Recommend
- I'm a software nut. Here are some programs I like a lot.
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