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Computer-based Keyboarding Strategies to Improve Student Speed

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In order to be efficient and effective computer and Internet users, students need to be proficient at using a computer keyboard. While many assume that keyboarding skills are something that students pick up naturally, keyboarding is a skill that must be taught and practiced for students to reach their full potential. In this webinar, join Matt Gordon as he recommends teaching strategies and lessons that will help your students improve their typing speeds. In addition, he will also provide computer-based extension activities that offer all experience levels an opportunity to improve their typing skills.
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Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Business Education, College & Career Readiness, Personal Enrichment, Virtual Learning
Tags: keyboarding, keyboarding skills, online web tools, typing, websites

Reviews (29)

Basic Member
Supported some of the things I already do in my classes. Also gave me a couple ideas and websites that I could possibly use.
Full Member
Good Info...I got some fun ideas! Thanks!
Basic Member
Good reminders for teaching Keyboarding.
Nice work
Full Member
Thanks for the helpful info.!!
Dance Mat Typing is so fun. Hygiene is essential when sharing the keyboards. We always said, "Sneeze in your sleeve, please." Also, "Please, shut off your cough in your arm trough."
Basic Member
Useful, Thank you!
Basic Member
Thank you, Matt! Very useful tips. Loved the demos.
Basic Member
Thanks for the information Matt.
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