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Volume 76, 201620th International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Communications and Computers (CSCC 2016)
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Effect (Comparison between Elderly Person and Youth) of the Break in the Touch Typing Learning Comparison
EDP Kansai University of International Studies, Japan
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The technical education using the information appliance of the old worker is required. However, an elderly person is negative about the utilization of the information appliance. I experimented on, this study about an appropriate break to suppress fatigue of the elderly person, and to learn a touch typing technology effectively and made it clear. The experiment performed two kinds of touch typing learning by the Computer Based Training software. I performed an experiment of elderly person and “Consecutive learning short break models” “Massed practice long break models” which changed the interval of learning and the break by the touch typing software for youths. I performed a questionnaire to a subject to collect the subjective data of fatigue and the learning burden at the same time. As a result, I knew the thing that “the elderly person controlled fatigue by a learning method to put a break in diligently for a short time in this experiment, and could learn a touch typing skill” “having a long it than a youth as for the time to be concerned with the touch typing of the elderly person.” that “the elderly person can learn a touch typing skill early by enjoying CBT learning.”
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