I will no longer be teaching the Women and Computers course at my university; it has been dropped from the Women's Studies Major. The WS Program wanted to strengthen its international perspectives and decided to require all majors to complete a course in Transnational Feminism. There is a practical limit to the number of required courses, so something had to be dropped. Certainly we would not want to drop Feminist Theory or Research Methods, so Women and Computers was eliminated. Hard to argue with prioritizing Transnational Feminism over Women and Computers, although I believe the skills taught are a valuable addition to a student's future employment and activist tool kit.
I haven't yet decided exactly what I will do instead. For the present, I will continue this blog, expanding the coverage somewhat to encompass computer and web skills in the classroom, web tools for activists, and gender perspectives on computing.