Academic Papers
  • Shortt, D., W. Cukier, S. Inkpen and K. Grant, “Gender and Information Technology: The Math Challenge,” Information Systems Education (ISECON) Proceedings, San Antonio, Texas, November, 2002.
    Cukier, W., D. Shortt, and I. Devine, “Gender and Information Technology: Implications of Definitions,” SIGSE Bulletin Inroads. Vol. 34(4): 142-148.
  • Cukier, W., D.Shortt, and A. Bolender, “Gender and IT: A New Look at an Old Problem,” International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES’12) Proceedings, July 27-31, 2002.
    Cukier, W., I. Devine and D. Shortt, “Gender and Information Technology: Implications of Definitions for Industry and Education,” Journal of Information Systems Education, (JISE), Vol.13, No. 1, 7-15, 2002.
  • Devine, I., W. Cukier and D. Shortt, “Gender and Information Technology: Implications of Definitions for Industry and Education,” Information Systems Education (ISECON’01) Proceedings, Cincinnati, Ohio, November, 2001.
  • Devine, I., W. Cukier and D. Shortt, “Gender and IT: A New Look at an Old Problem,” Academy of Management, Critical Theory Workshop, Washington, DC, August, 2001.
  • Shortt, D., “Gender and Technology: Looking to the Past”, Canadian Woman Studies Journal, Winter 1998.
Presentations
  • Presentation, “Celebrating Technology With Curves,” Canadian Consulate General Conference, Atlanta, Georgia March 5-8, 2003
    Presentation, “Working Smarter with Knowledge-based Industries,” UK Businesswomen’s Trade Mission and Conference, Government of Canada (DFAIT) and London High Commission, February 5-9, 2001
    Panel, “ High-Impact Networking Strategies and Tools for High Potential Women,” The Women’s Leadership Congress, Canadian Institute, April 10/11, 2000
  • Chairperson, “The Intersection of Women and Technology,” Marketing to Women on the Web, December 6-7, 2000
  • Panel, Developing Professionals for the 21st Century, Women’s Technology Institute, October 20, 2000
  • Chairperson, Career Essentials, Women’s MBA Association and Wired Woman Society, May 12, 1999