Internet Course:
Internet Essentials For Employees

Purpose of Course:

All employees require a certain level of Internet skills to be literate in today's online society. This course is for the all the organization's Internet users to ensure that employees become productive users of the Internet/Intranet. This course is well-suited for employees who are new to the net, as well as those who have spent several month's "browsing around"

Course Contents:
  • Class is a full-day session (6 contact hours) - More than half of the time is spent on WWW.
  • On-line demonstrations are used throughout the class, including sites specifically related to the organization's industry, and requested by participants.
  • Time is available during lunch/after class to locate additional on-line resources requested by participants.
  • There is an emphasis throughout the course to illustrate how the Internet relates to the organization's goals.
  • There are no pre-requisites, but participants should be familiar with their computer's operating system.
  • Not sure if this course is for you? Can you answer all of these questions?

  • Did you know that Yahoo is NOT a search engine?
  • Do you know the differences between a subject tree and a search engine?
  • Do you know how to view your bookmarks as a webpage?
  • Are you familiar with the Usenet Newsgroups?
  • Have you modified your computer to view PDF Files?
  • Do you access the internet from home using an ISP? (note: AOL is NOT an ISP)
  • If you answer no to any of these questions, then this class is for you.
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