The 'Increasing Gender Diversity in STEM' project involved six different partner universities around Europe. The scope of the project was to investigate the gender difference in self-perception of students in relation to their career choice. This was done through a web-based app, ANNA tool, that allows high school students to match their own personality, views, and expectations to those of engineering students and professional engineers. In the meantime, the data collection gave the opportunity to take a look at how students perceive their university and undergraduate program. This pilot application is then been further studied in order to analyse its scalability in other countries with broader STEM content.
ANNA Tool: A Way to Connect Future and Past Students in STEM / Ballatore, M. G.; De Borger, J.; Misiewicz, J.; Tabacco, A.. - In: IEEE-RITA. - ISSN 1932-8540. - 15:4(2020), pp. 344-351.
|Titolo:||ANNA Tool: A Way to Connect Future and Past Students in STEM|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/RITA.2020.3033231|
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