keyboarding as a requirement

Jerry danceswithcars at
Mon Nov 11 04:34:21 EST 2013

For accessibility and disability rights, my guess is a more generic mastery of the input device would be better,  as some will have to point n peck ( anoteable wheelchair physics genius comes to mind, but not his name, as does Richard Feynman though he probably just modified the electrical signals directly with his mind, sniffle)

Alas some of the rest of us will be more productive with higher WPM baud type rate....

Please excuse the typing, very small keyboard...

> On Nov 10, 2013, at 14:04, Sameer Verma <sverma at> wrote:
> This was on NPR, here in San Francisco.
> While I don't buy into all of the Common Core mumbo jumbo in the US
> (my kid has to go through this, so we are dealing with it as parents),
> the importance of keyboards is interesting. They didn't point out to
> onscreen vs tactile, but the importance of tactile keyboards for
> children is an important consideration.
> Maybe keyboarding will go away altogether once we can speak to our
> computers like Captain Picard does for his "Tea, Earl Grey, hot", but
> we are not there yet.
> cheers,
> Sameer
> -- 
> Sameer Verma, Ph.D.
> Professor, Information Systems
> San Francisco State University
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