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PowerUp from McGrawhill helps to develop basic computer and computer-based testing skills (only accessible as a student in our adult program)

Computer Skills

Free Typing Game
Power Typing
Nimble Fingers
Shambles Keyboarding Skills
Good Typing
Learn 2 Type
More Free Typing Games
Typing Test
More Typing Practice
www.drag-n-drop.com
Mousercise! – Computer Mouse Practice
 

Typing Skills

NEW: Keyboarding Skills: Improve or Maintain Computer Keyboarding Skills

actden (Digital Education Network): A site with numerous interactive tutorials for software such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Basic Computer Skills Curriculum: On this site, you will find lesson modules covering basic computer skills.

Free Typing Game.Net: This site provides a variety of typing games, lessons, and practice tests.

Goodtyping: This program provides 27 graduated lessons designed to help students learn to use their entire keyboard correctly. Registration is required. This site allows users to select from several different languages.

Internet4Classrooms: This site provides links for different typing resources as well technology lesson plans.

Kaukuntla, K. Kiran’s typing tutor 1.0: This basic typing tutor program provides typing lessons, practice, and games. Download the program from Kaukuntla, K. Kiran.

Keybr.com: This fun typing test checks speed and accuracy using nonsense words.

Laptop Language: Keyboarding: This website provides many online lessons on keyboarding skills.

Learn 2 Type: Offers free online typing lessons and tests. Registration is required.

List of Publishers Products for 2014 GED Test: Currently 13 publishers have announced that they will have materials for the 2014 test.

MindFlash: This site provides links to websites that focus on different types of computer skills including: computer literacy, keyboarding, and mouse skills.

Mouse skills: Directory of Educational Resources on the Web. Mouse control, clicking, drag and drop, this site connects to all kinds of different fun games.

Mousercise! This site will help students develop coordination using a mouse.

Nimble Fingers: This site provides online typing test tutorials to assist students in learning basic keystrokes.

Omaha Public Library offers a wide variety of FREE computer classes to anyone interested in learning.

Online Typing Games: Fun games improve students’ typing scores. If students register, it keeps track of their scores.

Palm Beach county Library System. Mousing Around: This program provides practice for using the mouse, such as clicking and dragging skills.

Power Typing: This site offers typing lessons as well as five typing games that students can use to develop their skills.

RATATYPE.co: Learn to type faster and for free with Ratatype typing tutor. User friendly. No downloading. No intrusive ads.

Sense-Lang.Org: This program is web-based but is also available for use offline. Sense Language provides the option of creating individualized typing activities or using the standardized lessons. The typing program has useful timing options and audio feedback features to help students develop their typing skills.

Shambles.Net: This site provides a listing of various online typing websites.

That quiz! This site has lots of drag-and-drop (check out the "cells" under Science and the "fish" under Measurement), plenty of fill-in-the-blank, and many, many click-on multiple choice items.

Typing Tests: This site provides typing lessons, games, and activities.

TypingWeb: TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor and keyboarding tutorial for all skill levels. The site includes entertaining typing games and tests and will track a student’s progress.

Web Solutions for Improving Typing Skills: Browse through the various resources here to start learning how to type quickly and accurating.

Webwise: From the British Broadcast Company (BBC): This site gives an introduction to computers, plus games and activities for using the mouse and keyboard.

Typing Skills

NEW: Keyboarding Skills: Improve or Maintain Computer Keyboarding Skills

actden (Digital Education Network): A site with numerous interactive tutorials for software such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Basic Computer Skills Curriculum: On this site, you will find lesson modules covering basic computer skills.

Free Typing Game.Net: This site provides a variety of typing games, lessons, and practice tests.

Goodtyping: This program provides 27 graduated lessons designed to help students learn to use their entire keyboard correctly. Registration is required. This site allows users to select from several different languages.

Internet4Classrooms: This site provides links for different typing resources as well technology lesson plans.

Kaukuntla, K. Kiran’s typing tutor 1.0: This basic typing tutor program provides typing lessons, practice, and games. Download the program from Kaukuntla, K. Kiran.

Keybr.com: This fun typing test checks speed and accuracy using nonsense words.

Laptop Language: Keyboarding: This website provides many online lessons on keyboarding skills.

Learn 2 Type: Offers free online typing lessons and tests. Registration is required.

List of Publishers Products for 2014 GED Test: Currently 13 publishers have announced that they will have materials for the 2014 test.

MindFlash: This site provides links to websites that focus on different types of computer skills including: computer literacy, keyboarding, and mouse skills.

Mouse skills: Directory of Educational Resources on the Web. Mouse control, clicking, drag and drop, this site connects to all kinds of different fun games.

Mousercise! This site will help students develop coordination using a mouse.

Nimble Fingers: This site provides online typing test tutorials to assist students in learning basic keystrokes.

Omaha Public Library offers a wide variety of FREE computer classes to anyone interested in learning.

Online Typing Games: Fun games improve students’ typing scores. If students register, it keeps track of their scores.

Palm Beach county Library System. Mousing Around: This program provides practice for using the mouse, such as clicking and dragging skills.

Power Typing: This site offers typing lessons as well as five typing games that students can use to develop their skills.

RATATYPE.co: Learn to type faster and for free with Ratatype typing tutor. User friendly. No downloading. No intrusive ads.

Sense-Lang.Org: This program is web-based but is also available for use offline. Sense Language provides the option of creating individualized typing activities or using the standardized lessons. The typing program has useful timing options and audio feedback features to help students develop their typing skills.

Shambles.Net: This site provides a listing of various online typing websites.

That quiz! This site has lots of drag-and-drop (check out the "cells" under Science and the "fish" under Measurement), plenty of fill-in-the-blank, and many, many click-on multiple choice items.

Typing Tests: This site provides typing lessons, games, and activities.

TypingWeb: TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor and keyboarding tutorial for all skill levels. The site includes entertaining typing games and tests and will track a student’s progress.

Web Solutions for Improving Typing Skills: Browse through the various resources here to start learning how to type quickly and accurating.

Webwise: From the British Broadcast Company (BBC): This site gives an introduction to computers, plus games and activities for using the mouse and keyboard.