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Speaker – Sheila Lowe
Topic – Changes in handwriting over the past fifty years
Sheila’s presentation today covers the changes in handwriting over the past fifty years. There has been a shift from ‘how’ information was written, to the content of the information. Educators have changed their views about the teaching of handwriting. This presentation will demonstrate what has happened and how it affects our community.
Sheila Lowe is a certified forensic document examiner and certified handwriting analyst who holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in psychology. She has taught by invitation at the University of California Riverside extension in the CSI Certificate program, and the University of California Santa Barbara in the Discovery program. The author of internationally acclaimed books on handwriting, and the Handwriting Analyzer software, Sheila also writes award-winning mystery fiction. She immediate past president for 10 years of AHAF, and is a current member of SAFE’s board of directors as secretary and Ethics chair.