In the right key

2nd January 2004 at 00:00
Keyboard Crazy, the board game created by a Liverpool parent to help children quickly become acquainted with computer keyboards, has been taken up by Cambridge Education Associates (CEA) following successful trials in schools.

CEA has produced a video on CD-Rom to explain how the game can be used to help young children and adults use keyboards more effectively. The CD-Roms are available next week from the CEA stand (M1) at the BETT show.

Keyboard Crazy (pound;49.50) from Keywise Solutions, 40-42 Admin Buildings, Admin Road, Knowsley Industrial Park North, Liverpool L32 7TX.

Tel: 0151 548 6400


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