Women in Technology

by Elizabeth Schmermund

Part of a Series: Defying Convention: Women Who Changed the Rules.

Statistics tell us that women are underrepresented in STEM careers, yet many of technology’s greatest innovations have come from women. Ada Lovelace is considered one of the first computer programmers. It was six women who programmed the important ENIAC computer during World War II. While women’s contributions to technology are often overlooked, this resource celebrates the lives and accomplishments of women inventors and innovators throughout history. Also included are chapter notes, a glossary, a further reading section containing books and websites, and an index.

ISBN: 9780766081499

JLG Release: August 2017

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$20.25

Series Nonfiction: Social Studies 6-8

Grades 6-8

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12 books / $20.25 a book

  • Book Details

    ISBN

    9780766081499

    Format

    Print Book

    Edition

    Library edition

    Publisher

    Enslow

    Page Count

    128

    Trim Size

    6" x 9"

    Dewey Classification

    609.2/52--

    Lexile

    Level: 1230L

    Genre

    Nonfic


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