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Personal Information
Name: Kenneth Kile
Email: kkile@callutheran.edu
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Department: Computer Science
Designation: Undergraduate Student
Project Information
Title: Developing Children's Educational Software Android Application
Abstract: The Android application I developed is an education program for elementary school children. It will teach children to identify different marine animals, their sounds, a brief description of their traits and how they interact with their environment. This project serves two goals. I will learn how to program Android applications which is a very profitable and commercial area within computer science. I will also be saving kids from the mind numbing nihilism that will result from playing too many mindless games. I will use the Eclipse Android environment program the application. I will use the Android simulator to test the application. When the project is complete I will put it on an Android tablet. I will present my project to testers and see how they react to it, making the necessary adjustments.
Session: Science Showcase Poster Session - Apr 27, 2012 @ 10:30am
Professor: Dr. Myungsook Klassen
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