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The LDAWC Typing Program offers a fun way to learn how to type as well as to improve typing skills. Keyboarding means being able to type with speed and accuracy, without needing to look down at your hands on the keyboard, and this has many benefits including reduced fatigue, reduced risk for repetitive strain injury and increased productivity.
Utilizing the web-based program ‘TypingClub’, students will learn
Students with learning disabilities will be able to enable audio instructions that narrate text and provide helpful feedback. The font size and color of typing lessons can also be adjusted to meet students’ unique needs.
**We require a minimum of 4 students to run this program. Should we need to cancel due to lack of participants, you will be offered enrollment in an alternative program or be issued a refund.
* Dates may be pushed back by one or two weeks if registration is too low to give us more time to try to run the program
* Registration is not required for this event.