Programming by Voice to Support Hour of Code for Children with Motor Disabilities (Abstract Only)

@inproceedings{Hanley2016ProgrammingBV,
  title={Programming by Voice to Support Hour of Code for Children with Motor Disabilities (Abstract Only)},
  author={Caitlin R. Hanley},
  booktitle={SIGCSE '16},
  year={2016}
}
Every December, Code.org provides a set of Hour of Code exercises as part of CS Education week. However, motorically challenged students may be unable to participate because they cannot use the mouse and/or keyboard to interact with the Blockly-based Graphical User Interface and drag-and-drop programming environment. Programming by Voice (PBV) allows users to interact with block-oriented programming environments by speaking their program, rather than using a keyboard and mouse. The Myna tool, a… CONTINUE READING
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