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|01 Introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web (29) |
Introductory and survey material about the importance and uses of the Internet and the World Wide Web.
|02 How the Internet Works and Getting Connected (22) |
Explanation of technical terms and issues. How to get connected to the Internet.
|03 Communication on the Internet (55) |
An overview of different forms of communication used on the Internet
|04 Electronic Mail (27) |
Electronic mail allows users on the Internet to communicate with each other electronically. There are several email clients available and other ways to work with email on the Internet.
|05 Email Discussion Groups (10) |
Email discussion groups are examples of asynchronous group communication on the Internet. Group members communicate via email, with messages broadcast to all group members.
|06 Usenet News (17) |
The news is a collection of messages called articles. Each article belongs to one or more newsgroups, and the newsgroups are arranged in hierarchical order.
|07 Getting Around the World Wide Web Using a Web Browser (27) |
The Web browser is your access point to the information and resources that make up the World Wide Web.
|08 Finding Information on the World Wide Web (44) |
Several types of search tools are availableó directories and virtual libraries, search engines and meta-search tools, specialized databases, and intelligent agents.
|09 Successful Search Strategies (12) |
Become familiar with the major search features, such as Boolean logic, phrase searching, truncation, and others, before you get online.
|10 Specialized Databases (19) |
Specialized databases are searchable collections on particular subjects. These specialized databases make up a poriton of the invisible Web or hidden Internet.
|11 Selecting Evaluating and Citing Information from the Internet (13) |
When we want to use the information or resources we find on the Web, we need to exercise some care to make sure they are authentic, reliable, and authoritative.
|12 Managing and Using Information from the Internet (10) |
Web pages may contain text, images, video, audio, and other types of information. To work with these requires a familiarity with technical and intellectual property issues.
|13 Transferring Files Using FTP (28) |
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. With FTP, you can share or copy files from one Internet site to another.
|14 Putting Information on the Web (45) |
The Internet and the Web have been designed so that you can be an information provider as well as a consumer. It's important that you understand the technical and design issues involved in creating, providing, and evaluating Web sites.
|15 Writing Web Pages (25) |
Learning how to use HTML to design and produce appropriate and effective pages.
|16 Enhancing Web Pages (60) |
Adding images, video, audio, and interactive elements to enhance the experience for visitors to your Web site.
|Computer Science (3) |
Links on topics that are part of what's commonly known as computer science. The links are meant to be useful to people studying and working in that discipline.
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