Date of Award
Master of Computer Science (MCS)
Stephen W. Clyde
Jared C. Schultz
The Skill Builder application is assistive technology for helping individuals build skills through reminders and self-reporting feedback. The application has been built to support Android and iOS devices and followed a user-centric design methodology. Skill Builder’s architecture and development processes are set forth using cross-platform development environments and a native software development kit for the three different versions of the application that were built. The strengths and weaknesses of each of the platforms are explored.
Several studies have been proposed for helping individuals with different needs learn the skills to cope with their challenges. Applications of Skill Builder include students with Autism learning study skills, executive skill learning for vocational rehabilitation, and parents learning to care for children with hearing aids. This report includes the design for a user study for Skill Builder’s effectiveness at helping parents of young children with audiology disorders as they learn the skills required to care for their child.
Kay, Aaron, "Skill Builder: Assistive Technology for Developing Skill and Habits" (2018). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1230.
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