“Women in Computing” – free posters for UK schools from @IoCoding #DigitalSkillsMatter ^JB

The Institute of Coding has kindly sponsored the printing and distribution of a selection of our Women in Computing posters to schools subscribed to the CS4FN mailing list (where we send new copies of CS4FN magazines, free).

Request sets of posters for your school
Each poster pack contains 10 posters, printed double-sided (5 sheets of A3) and we’ve now posted out around 2,400 packs to schools – free – and distributed another 200+ at the CAS London Conference 2020 this weekend. And we have a few left!

Click the composite image below or use this form to request posters for your school

We’ve been delighted that schools and teachers are putting the posters up, taking a photo and sharing it with us, thank you.

If your school might like a set (while stocks last) please use this form.

One pack = 5 x A3 sheets with a poster on either side.
Two packs would let you display all 10 posters at once.

The 10 posters come from a larger pack of posters featuring a diverse range of computer scientists which you can download and print yourself.

Our other posters

We also have a more muted colour scheme for our diversity posters, as well as a rolling presentation version (eg for silent screens at events). Find out more at Celebrating diversity in computing.

One of the people in our 10 posters set is Anne-Marie Imafidon who recently gave a keynote talk at the Institute of Coding’s conference on lifelong learning in digital and diversity in tech.

 

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