The goal of the 2014 Women and Technology Conference was to highlight scholarship on women and technology through presentations and discussions on:
1. Women as producers and users of technology in applied and technical fields. Examples of disciplines represented within this topic included: engineering, architecture, and the computing sciences.
2. The relationship(s) between women and technology. This included the role of women as both subjects and objects in knowledge/media production, as well as the impact of women on the relative success of emerging and established technologies. Examples of disciplines represented within this topic included: film and media studies, sociology, history, public policy, and women’s and gender studies.