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Wednesday, 28 Jun 2017

An Introduction To The Internet

Course Objectives

This half day course aims to introduce basic internet concepts to new users. This course will develop an understanding of much of the hardware and software terminology associated with the internet. A primary objective of this course is to give new users confidence in accessing the world wide web. After attending this course participants will be familiar with browsing the internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer. The course will also enable users to send and receive e-mail with or without files attached.

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for computer users with little or no previous experience of the internet. Anyone who feels that they need to develop a better understanding of basic internet concepts and anyone who feels that they are wasting time on the internet will benefit from attending this course. Some knowledge of computer basics and working with Windows is expected. The topics covered on our "Introduction to Microsoft Windows" course are an adequate pre-requisite for this course.

Course Contents

A brief history of the internet.

How does it work?

Internet Jargon.

  • http v. ftp
  • Browser or Search engine
  • ISP

Surfing the World Wide Web

Storing Favourites

Clearing History

Specifying your preferred home site

Using alternative search engines

Using advanced search criteria

Sending and receiving e-mail

Attaching files to e-mail

Receiving attached files

Zipping and unzipping attached files

  • Managing your e-mail storage system.

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