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keybr.com - Typing lessons
Take typing test, practice typing lessons. This is keybr.com, a web application that will help you teach touch typing. Touch typing is typing without using the sense of sight to find the keys. A person possessing touch typing skills will know their location on the keyboard through muscle memory. It can improve any individual's typing speed and accuracy dramatically.
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16 hours ago by pgorrindo
Typing practice
This is keybr.com, a web application that will help you teach touch typing. Touch typing is typing without using the sense of sight to find the keys. A person possessing touch typing skills will know their location on the keyboard through muscle memory. It can improve any individual's typing speed and accuracy dramatically.
keyboard  learning  tool  tools  typing 
7 days ago by awhite
MasterType v2.1 (woz-a-day collection) : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
"MasterType" is a 1984 educational game developed by Bruce Zweig, with graphics by Don Park. and distributed by Scarborough Systems. This is version 2.1. Due to its use of double hi-res graphics, it requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
appleii  on:arhcive.org  internetarchive  typing  1984  emulation 
10 days ago by xr
10FastFingers.com - Typing Test, Competitions, Practice & Typing Games
Typing Test
If you want a quick way to test your typing speed, try out our 1-minute free Typing test (available in over 40 languages). You can quickly see how fast you can type and compare your result with your friends.

One huge benefit: The more you use our typing game, the faster you will be able to type as the typing test uses the top 200 words of each language. If you are able to type the most frequent words faster, you will be able to type everything else faster as well!

Typing Competition
Ready to compete against the big guys? Then check out our typing competitions! Every competition is open for 24 hours, during this time you will have the opportunity to reach the first place. The competitions work in the same way as our Typing Test but instead of having a random list of words everytime you reload the test, the words will stay the same for each competition. If you have a friendly typing competition with just your buddies you should try out the "privat competition"-option.

Text Practice Mode
The Typing Test is great if you want to practice the most common words of a language, but what if you want to practice more difficult words, punctuations, special characters or just a paragraph from a book?

In this case check out our Text Practice Mode! You can create your own text to practice or pick from a huge list of user generated practice texts. Just select one text from the top-list and you will be garantied to have a fun and challenging experience. Start now and improve your typing skills even further!

Typing Practice
If you want to steadily improve your typing speed or train some specific typing skills you should check out the typing practice page. Improve your typing speed with practicing the Top 1000 words of each language (while unlocking those sweet, sweet stars), or challenge your typing skills with a user-submitted text. The practice mode is currently under development, more features & modes will be added in the near future.

Mobile Typing App
How fast are your thumbs? Our mobile typing app will let you know! No matter if you use your mobile phone or your tablet (iPad, etc.) the mobile test will surely suit your needs, good luck climbing the highscore list
typing  learning 
13 days ago by enochko
Typing practice
Typing Lessons
Take typing speed test, practice your touch typing skills, learn to type faster and with fewer errors with this free online typing tutor.

What Is Touch Typing?
Touch typing is the ability to use muscle memory to find keys fast, without using the sense of sight, and with all the available fingers, just like piano players do. It significantly improves typing speed and eliminates errors. Touch typing simply makes you more productive and it is a skill worth learning. However, many people engage in the bad habit of ‘hunt-and-peck’ typing, even those seasoned professionals with years and decades of computer experience. It is easy to understand, though, as touch typing requires dedicated practice to learn it well.

That is why we created Keybr.com, a free online typing tutorial, to give you the most advanced learning experience and let you develop your typing skills faster.

How Does This Typing Tutor Work?
There are several features in Keybr.com that set it apart from most of the typing practice software out there. In short, it employs statistics and smart algorithms to automatically generate typing lessons matching your skills. Lets discuss this in details.

First, it does not force you to repeat the same characters over and over again; that is simply slow, boring and contributes very little to your learning. For example, the words like ‘jjf jjk jdd …’ are very unnatural, hard to read and will slow down noticeably even experienced typists.

Instead, Keybr.com generates random, but readable and pronounceable words using the phonetic rules of your native language. These words look almost natural, and often they really are. Typing sensible text is much easier than repeating random letters, and it helps you to remember frequent key combinations. The latest point is very important. For example, it’s almost impossible for the letter ‘W’ to follow the ‘Z’ in English, and you will never type this combination in Keybr.com. Instead, you will type more common words, such as «the,» «that,» «with,» and so on. And soon you will learn how to type the «th» combo really fast.

Second, Keybr.com measures your keystroke dynamics and collects comprehensive typing statistics. For example, it measures your typing speed for each individual key, and uses this data to generate random words putting emphasis on the weakest key. The more troubles you have with a particular key, the more you will be typing it. It means, the generating algorithm will put that letter in every word in the next generated lesson. Your typing skills are re-evaluated after every completed lesson, and the next lesson will be adjusted accordingly.

Third, Keybr.com lets you introduce as few keys as possible to the lesson, adding more keys automatically when it decides that you are proficient at the current level. When you only start learning it generates lessons with words from a very small alphabet of the most frequent letters. When your typing speed for every key in that alphabet reaches certain threshold, the algorithm adds the next most frequent letter to the alphabet. And so on, until the next letter. This way you will learn the most frequent letters first, and the least frequent ones later.

Is It Really Effective?
We selected a few example profiles to show you how people advance in learning touch typing when using Keybr.com. These are real, anonymized user profiles. Hopefully they will inspire you to keep learning!

Example 1, from 30 to 70 WPM after 4 hours 20 minutes of practicing in the course of 15 days
Example 2, from 35 to 70 WPM after 2 hours and 20 minutes of practicing in the course of 12 days
Example 3, a decent jump from less than 20 to 40 WPM after 5 hours and 30 minutes of practicing in the course of 11 days
Example 4, after 2 hours and 10 minutes of practicing in the course of 11 days, typing speed stayed at ~70 WPM (which is already pretty high), but accuracy improved
Example 5, from 20 to 45 WPM after about 10 hours of practicing in the course of 22 day (yes, sometimes it takes longer)
learning  typing 
13 days ago by enochko
Ratatype — Online typing tutor and typing lessons
Learn Touch Typing
Speed up your learning progress with Ratatype typing tutor and develop valuable keyboarding skills!
typing  learning 
13 days ago by enochko

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