A Study of Typing Speed and Accuracy Development Using Computer-Based and Typewriter-Based Instruction in a Public High School
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
STEM Education & Professional Studies
Occupational and Technical Studies
Ritz, John M.
To evaluate the effect of computer-based versus typewriter-based instruction on keyboarding speed, the following hypotheses were proposed: 1. Students acquire keyboarding speed more quickly using computer-based instruction than using typewriter-based instruction; 2. Students in computer-based keyboarding classes will demonstrate a lower error rate than students in typewriter-based keyboarding classes.
McPherson, Dale, "A Study of Typing Speed and Accuracy Development Using Computer-Based and Typewriter-Based Instruction in a Public High School" (1995). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 352.