Top-down learning strategies: can they facilitate stylus keyboard learning?

  title={Top-down learning strategies: can they facilitate stylus keyboard learning?},
  author={Paul Ung-Joon Lee and Shumin Zhai},
  journal={Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.},
Learning a new stylus keyboard layout is time-consuming yet potentially rewarding, as optimized virtual keyboards can substantially increase performance for expert users. This paper explores whether the learning curve can be accelerated using top-down learning strategies. In an experiment, one group of participants learned a stylus keyboard layout with top-down methods, such as visuo-spatial grouping of letters and mnemonic techniques, to build familiarity with a stylus keyboard. The other… CONTINUE READING
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