Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries

Learn to touch-type in 90 minutes with KAZ!

Typing is a valuable skill for anybody who uses a keyboard to study, work or play.

KAZ is now available free for all library patrons. It uses a unique and proven ‘accelerated learning’ teaching method. Incorporating both ‘muscle memory’ and ‘brain balance’, it engages the major senses of sight, sound and touch simultaneously, radically enhancing memory retention and recall.

The course is presented in a structured but light hearted manner in order to make learning fun and enjoyable. It solely focuses on teaching typing and does not include gaming, to avoid overloading the ‘working memory’.

The program offers both spoken and written instruction. Developed with guidance from the British Dyslexia Research Trust, KAZ is suitable for everyone, but also offers dyslexia-friendly functionalities, minimising visual stress by allowing each individual to set preferences for visibility comfort.

Users can choose between the Junior and Adult versions. Links to KAZ can be found on the library Lifelong Learning page, and also on the E-resources for parents and children page.

Search Diversity WA online tool available

Search Diversity WA is an online tool that allows users to search and download data on demographic, cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of people living across the State, including profiles of Local Government Areas and selected birthplace, ancestry, gender, language and religious groups from the 2011 and 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics Census information.

Click here to visit the website, or for further information please email the Office of Multicultural Interests at:





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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600