Latinas & Tecnología de la Información (Latinas & Information Technology)

BOULDER, COLO. (October 10, 2013) – The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) today launched Latinas & Tecnología de la Información, a Spanish-language website for inspiring young Hispanic women, or Latinas, to pursue technology. The website, containing both English-language and Spanish-language resources, provides: 1) fact sheets for creating awareness about the current state of girls’ participation in technology 2) talking points about various types of undergraduate courses and careers available in computing 3) videos and profiles of successful Latinas addressing attractions to technology and possible barriers in the field 4) links to computing activities and recruitment programs for young womenón-website

Author RISEnet Member Contributor
NCWIT Ta-Shana Taylor
Date Tags
December 18, 2013 Women/Mujeres, Cultural Competence, Girl-friendly instructional strategies
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Nowadays, antibiotics are as widespread as previously and belong to the class of life-saving medicines for people suffering from specific infections. They can also be used for preventive purposes not to allow a mild infection to turn into a serious disease. There are different forms and classes of antibiotics. Each type of antibiotic works best for specific types of infections caused by bacteria. Antibiotics also come in different forms that may include the following: Extended-release and immediate-release tablets; Capsules; Liquid drugs; Creams and ointments; Intravenous and intramuscular injections.


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