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2018

Osunde, Joseph and Dil, Anton (2018). A secondary data analysis of SEAMs responses for programming and non-programming modules by gender. In: The 7th eSTEeM Annual Conference 2018, 25-26 Apr 2018, Milton Keynes.

Dil, Anton and Osunde, Joseph (2018). Evaluation of a tool for Java specification testing. In: 7th Esteem Annual Conference, 25-26 Apr 2018, The Open University. file

Osunde, Joseph; Bacon, Liz and Mackinnon, Lachlan (2018). Gender Differences and Digital Learning Games – One Size Does not fit all. In: International Conference on Gender Research, 12-14 Apr 2018, Portugal. file

Dil, Anton and Osunde, Joseph (2018). Evaluation of a tool for Java structural specification checking. In: 10th International Conference on Education Technology and Computers, 26-28 Oct 2018, Tokyo, Japan. file

2015

Osunde, Joseph; Windall, Gill; Bacon, Liz and Mackinnon, Lachlan (2015). An Investigation Of Digital Games Features That Appeal To Young Females And Males. In: European conference on games based learning (ECGBL), 8-9 Oct 2015, Norway. file

2014

Osunde, Joseph; Windall, Gill; Bacon, Liz and Mackinnon, Lachlan (2014). Female Under-Representation in Computing Education and Industry - A Survey of Issues and Interventions. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 5(10) file

2013

Osunde, J.; Windall, G.; Bacon, E.A. and Mackinnon, L. (2013). Female under-representation in Computer Science education and workplace - A survey of issues and interventions, moving towards a game-based learning solution. In: altc2013 Building new cultures of learning, 10-12 Sep 2013, University of Nottingham.

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