Learning to type requires a student to memorize the layout of the keyboard and practice typing without looking at the keys. This is possible with online courses, at-home practice and classes in school. Typing skill devel... More »

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Some different types of keyboards include QWERTY, AZERTY, QWERTZ and HCESAR keyboards, each of which vary with regard to the layout of keys. Other types of keyboards - which vary in terms of physical aspects like shape, ... More »

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A computer keyboard is a device used to provide alphanumeric input. Typical keyboards are attached to a computer via USB port or wireless signal. Other types of devices utilize on-screen keyboards. More »

As of July 2015, several schools, including Newark Catholic High School, Pomfret Community School and Davis School District, offer practice sheets for keyboard typing online. The Newark school has practice sheets for 19 ... More »

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Stage one of "Dance Mat Typing" teaches children to type with the letters in the home row, as well as how to shift their hands to reach the space bar, "g" and "h" keys. "Dance Mat Typing" is a children's typing game that... More »

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The objective of Cool Math Games' "Run 2" is to guide a character through a three-dimensional course using the arrow keys and space bar on a keyboard. The course increases in difficulty as the game progresses and introdu... More »

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In the QWERTY layout of the keyboard used for most computers, keys are arranged so that combinations of frequently used letters are across the keyboard from each other for a faster typing speed. Creators of the Dvorak la... More »