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Is there a need for a sign language teaching coded program

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Hello, I am a current computer science A-level student and I have a project for my final year in which i can make any program, I have decided to make a program that teaches beginners the essentials for sign language. The program will hopefully teach users, test them and then stores these results allowing users to track progress and play mini-games. Similar to the language application Duo lingo (If you have heard of it). My initial plan was to reach to a younger demographic. 

I was wondering if there was any advice on this potential program I could receive from the BSL community and if the program would help at all, I would appreciate it greatly, Thank you. 

Kam,

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