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Orientation to Keyboarding 2 Online & GDP

Information to get started with Keyboarding Online: Factors for success, Technical Skills Tutorial, course description, system requirements (PC and Mac), software requirements and supplies, getting started, assignments, and due dates, daily routine and instructor annotations, typing technique and technique check, assessment, and on-campus orientation.
 

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Orientation to Technique Checks

This presentation will help you understand how to prepare for a technique check and how to use MAP+ and Skillbuilding routines to remediate your keystroking weaknesses.
 

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Technique Self-Assessment

This presentation will help you understand how to prepare for a technique check and how to use MAP+ and Skillbuilding routines to remediate your keystroking weaknesses.
 

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 Orientation to Skillbuilding and MAP+

This presentation will help you use the unlimited skillbuilding available in GDP via the Lessons and Skillbuilding buttons and MAP+, a powerful individual error analysis and remediation program
 

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 Using Word in GDP   

Reviews various Word settings you should verify before using Word in GDP so Word will behave as expected and you will experience a trouble-free computing environment when you complete Practice exercises and document processing jobs.

    Complete List of Word Settings for GDP 

This related handout includes a complete list of all Word settings that should be manually set or verified before using Word in GDP.
 

Orientation to Word Processing, Keyboarding 2
  Quick Start to Word Processing  

The following topics are presented: Practice exercises and document processing jobs; Word Options; file management; Microsoft Word Manual; orientation to Practice exercises and DP jobs; Reference Manual; GDP routines: Start Work, manage files, Browse, and Submit Work; annotations; Edit Work and scoring results; proofreading and Proofreading Checks; extra credit for proofreading; document assessment, grades, Gradebook, and filters.

Proofreading Tips: Speak and Search

The following topics are presented: Using Word 2013's Speak and Navigation Pane Search features to proofreading document processing jobs. Also see Developing Proofreading Skills.

 

 

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GDP Movie Channel

Click here to visit the GDP Movie Channel, which contains links to these GDP movies:

  • Orientation to Technique Checks
  • Technique Self-Assessment
  • Orientation to Skillbuilding & MAP+
  • Sustained Practice
  • 12-Second Speed Sprints
  • Language Arts
  • Using Word in GDP
  • Orientation to Word Processing
  • Quick Start to Word Processing

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