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Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
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Cards in the Wild: Mutah Knowledge Station, Jordan

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Nearly all of the educators who are getting free decks because of the generosity of our Backers will get copies of the second edition. But two lucky recipients--Emerging Leaders in the State Department's TechWomen program--got copies of the first edition to take home to the Middle East when they left earlier this month. One of them sent us photos.

Seham Aljaafreh is a technical leader in Jordan, working at the Mutah Knowledge Station:

Ms Aljaafreh is planning to use the decks in a digital literacy campaign for women in Jordan. Here are some of her co-workers with the decks:

Ms Aljaafreh just started a blog--if you'd like to know more about her work, you can reach her there or on Twitter. For more on the TechWoman program, check out team-member Katy Dickinson's blog. As always, thank you for your support.

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