Students in the Hope Software Institute create app to adjust reading level of web pages

On Wednesday, August 2, the team of Amber Carnahan and Jori Gelbaugh presented their work on Articulus, a Chrome extension whose goal is allow readers of a web page to adjust the reading level required to understand the page’s content.  Amber and Jori worked under the direction of Dr. Mike Jipping as part of the Hope Software Institute.

The students presented their work to a group of software developers from Atomic ObjectOpen Systems Technologies, BluJay Solutions, and SpinDance.  After the presentation, the students, faculty, and professionals enjoyed getting to know each other over lunch.

Here’s a video of the students’ presentation:

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