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Re: Women and Computer, Re: TAP: The Ada Project (fwd)
Subject:Re: Women and Computer, Re: TAP: The Ada Project (fwd) From:Andreas Ramos <andreas -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 1 Jul 1994 13:04:26 -0700
We are very pleased to announce:
The Opening of TAP: The Ada Project at Yale
The Ada Project (TAP) is a WorldWideWeb (WWW) site designed to serve
as a clearinghouse for information and resources relating to women in
computing. The WWW is growing at incredible speed, and is already
host to a wealth of scattered information on women in computing. The
goal of TAP is to provide a central location through which these
resources can be "tapped." TAP includes information on conferences,
projects, discussion groups and organizations, fellowships and grants,
notable women in Computer Science, and other electronically accessible
information sites. TAP also maintains a substantive bibliography of
TAP serves primarily as a collection of links to other online
resources, rather than as an archive. We hope that you, the TAP user
community, will help us keep TAP as up-to-date as possible. We also
welcome your comments and feedback regarding use of the site. TAP
pages include "submission" and "feedback" icons to aid in the sending
of information and comments.
To access TAP, use Mosaic (or another graphical or textual WWW viewer)
to open the URL: