08.05.2017

21 August -2 September: ditact_women's IT summerstudies - Register Now until 3 July

From now until 3 July, it is possible to register for the "ditact_women's IT summer school" of the University of Salzburg . It takes place from 21 August to 2 September at the Unipark Nonntal and at the Fachhochschule Salzburg: http://www.ditact.ac.at.

Dieses Jahr können interessierte Frauen über 50 spannende Kurse besuchen, welche einen rundum Einblick in „die Welt der IT“ geben und die aktuellen Trends berücksichtigen. Web, Security & Privacy, HCI, Programmieren und Zertifizierungskurse stehen genauso auf dem Programm wie öffentlich zugängliche „Lunch Lectures“ und das Modul „Smarte Schule“, welches in enger Kooperation mit der PH Salzburg stattfindet und auch für Männer geöffnet ist.

Erstmals gibt es bei der "ditact" auch das Modul „International Experience“, das die zentralen Themen der globalen Vernetzung durch ICT/Internet aufgreift und von Frauen aus Nicaragua, Ägypten, Indonesien, China und Usbekistan geleitet wird.

Das Opening der "ditact 2017" steht ganz im Zeichen der Internationalisierung und weltweiten Vernetzung. Die Vortragenden des Moduls „International Experience“ machen im Rahmen eines Podiums anhand ihrer persönlichen Lebensgeschichten und Karriereplanung das Potential der IT für Frauen aus ihrer Perspektive sichtbar. Im Anschluss findet eine Themen- & Diskussionsrunde im "Worldcafé" statt.

Die Kurskosten betragen zwischen € 25 - € 60 (je nach Kurslänge). Eine kostenfreie Kinderbetreuung unterstützt die Teilnahme für alle interessierten Frauen. Ein Rahmenprogramm für Körper und Geist (Yoga am Morgen und Stammtisch am Abend) runden das Programm ab.

Das vollständige Kursprogramm, die Anmeldungsmöglichkeit sowie ausführliche Informationen zur Eröffnung am 21.8. finden Sie unter https://ditact.ac.at/event/ditact-2017/course

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