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IEEE Documentary Night: Dr Mary Ann Hellrigel introduces Adele Goldberg Oral History
January 30 @ 1:00 am - 3:00 am
Join in for an introduction by Dr Mary Ann Hellrigel and IEEE Documentary Night: Adele Goldberg Oral History.
We will introduce IEEE Oral Histories with special guest speaker Dr Mary Ann Hellrigel of the IEEE History Center. Then we watch a video with interstitial breaks for discussion. Today’s Oral History:
Dr Adele Goldberg with video segments from the Computer History Museum.
Credit: WITI, Workforce Innovation, Trust, and Influence; Adele Goldberg and the Women in Technology Hall of Fame Awards.
Credit: WITI, Workforce Innovation, Trust, and Influence and the Women in Technology Hall of Fame
Credit: Computer History Museum
Adele Goldberg, an oral history conducted in 2002 by Janet Abbate, IEEE History Center, Piscataway, NJ, USA.
The ETHW oral history of Adele Goldberg is in the Women in Computer Oral History Collection.
IEEE History Center directory links to the transcript of an Oral History of Adele Goldberg. This Oral History has the most unique page visits for the previous 365 days among all IEEE Oral Histories of women.
[Goldberg, Adele](https://ethw.org/Oral-History:Adele_Goldberg) – Goldberg began her career as a researcher at Xerox, where she developed the programming language Smalltalk and managed the System Concepts Laboratory. She continued to develop Smalltalk technology as the head of ParcPlace Systems. She served as president of the Association for Computing Machinery and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from PC Magazine in 1990 (IEEE)
Speaker(s): Dr Mary Ann Hellrigel,
Brief introduction by Dr Mary Ann Hellrigel of the IEEE History Center Staff to Oral History.
Viewing video excerpts of and interview with Adele Goldberg, PhD
Interstitial breaks to discuss the video.