How Britain lost its early dominance in computing by systematically discriminating against its most qualified workers: women.
"This timely book takes a deep dive into the important question of why women are such a minority in computing technology. I hope the issues raised in this valuable book will inspire more women to join this fast growing field."Lixia Zhang, Computer science department, University of California, Los Angeles
At this moment there are more than 7.5 billion people on this planet. Pictuting so many people at one time is hard
When the inventive Mrs Armitage sets out for a cycle ride, she soon turns her bike into an eye-catching contraption.
Offers science in a story-book..... This charming book may encourage.... messy experiments at bath time.
Light hearted children's story about an egg drop.
Children's story about Dirty Bertie and his horrible habits.
A children's story.Where the willow meets the water a tadpole meets a caterpillar.
One of the 1944 Education Act's groundbreaking innovations was that it addressed itself to "the people of England and Wales", not just their children and young people. For all of them it prescribed a statutory right to "Other Further Education", a wide and elastic range of post-school activities such as Adult...