The latest issue of ACM's Journal on Educational Resources in Computing is a very welcome issue on gender-balancing computing education, or more specifically, bringing more women into computing. An important topic, and this is a significant contribution. For this one, I'll list the whole TOC:
- Introduction: Special issue on gender-balancing computing education by Bettina Bair, J. McGrath Cohoon
- Communication in computer science classrooms: understanding defensive climates as a means of creating supportive behaviors by Kathy Garvin-Doxas, Lecia J. Barker
- Voices of women in a software engineering course: reflections on collaboration by Sarah B. Berenson, Kelli M. Slaten, Laurie Williams, Chih-Wei Ho (tech report version)
- Pair-programming helps female computer science students by Linda L. Werner, Brian Hanks, Charlie McDowell (OA version)
- Creating gender parity: an instruction aide's influence by Cynthia Y. Lester, Marcus Brown
- Gender and black boxes in the programming curriculum by Peter McKenna
I found a few online, but it's too bad the rest aren't there too especially since CS people have a reputation for getting their stuff up on their own web sites. Also, here's a reading list I found on women in CS.