Digital design is a set of rules stating how computer software and hardware are joined together and interact to make a computer work. This is an important area of study that should be made more accessible to children, particularly of the middle school age. Although middle schools do provide access to computer science software, access to the hardware aspect is nonexistent. In this project, I proposed to create a mock up for an android app that aims to teach children beginner concepts in digital design. It is my goal to one day create an app in order to bring these concepts into middle schools.
Dr. Michael Black, Thesis Advisor
Dr. Heather Pacheco Guffrey, Committee Member
Dr. Haleh Khojasteh, Committee Member
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Kharidi, Neha. (2019). The Education of Digital Design for Children. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 381. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/381
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