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Wednesday, April 26 • 9:40am - 10:00am
Handwriting Helper

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Handwriting Helper aids children in developing and practicing legible handwriting. Many schools in the United States are taking out certain curriculum like cursive. In this learning application, young users practice their handwriting skills using a capacitive stylus. Initially, one will see how to write a cursive lowercase letter, and then will be able to trace over that letter with their stylus. The application will then score the learner for correctness, using mathematical algorithms for comparisons. The Sublime text editor and the Corona SDK, which is a multi-platform framework using the Lua scripting language, are tools for Handwriting Helper. Being multi-platformed, the application will be on Android, iOS, and other mobile devices. Initial unit testing for this application insured that the scenes from one to the next ran properly and smoothly, testing particular events, listeners and transitions. User and stakeholder testing during the final stages of development insured that the application was user friendly, with a survey for all testers to give feedback and opinions on the user interface.


Wednesday April 26, 2017 9:40am - 10:00am
125 Rhoades-Robinson Hall

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