Our tutorial is designed to teach, develop and practice, step by step, typing skills. One should go through lessons in sequence because they rehearse keys already learned as they add new ones. Separate lessons are written for Dvorak and Qwerty. Instructions for hand positioning over a keyboard are included in keyboards layout pages.
Qwerty typing lessons Typing lessons' structure reflects the Qwerty keyboard layout. The keyboard layout includes hands positioning instructions. Lessons should be taken in sequence. Typing progress is tracked. The typing speed goal is set by you and is adjustable. Qwerty lessons have a radio there. Turn it on while practicing. The idea is to type an exercise to the rhythm of music to encourage an even pace, error free typing. Songs have listed speed of the rhythm in wpm (words per minute).
Lessons' progress is maintained on your computer as a cookie.
Dvorak typing lessons' structure reflects the Dvorak keyboard layout. The keyboard layout includes hands positioning instructions. I recommend to take lessons in their sequence. Lessons track typing progress and have adjustable typing speed goal. Lessons' progress is maintained on your computer as a cookie.
Try free typing speed tests to see what your speed is and where your wpm goal may be. Various stories are available to practice or test typing. All tests have two versions: one version has one space after a period, the other version has two spaces after a period.
The purpose of the Typing practice is to speed up your hands by repeating keys combinations several times. Type in any text, click a button to repeat the text few times and type it. It has an option to save your text and to track the best time for the specific text.