The Internet Trainer's Guide Diane K. Kovacs The Internet is the latest word in information resources for business, education, and home users alike. But so far, very little has been written about teaching others how to use the Internet efficiently and cost effectively. Until Now. Diane Kovacs, an experienced Internet end-user trainer, provides a step by step, lesson-by-lesson guide to the design and implementation of an Internet training course. The Internet Trainer's Guide is packed full of practical information for Internet trainers. Kovacs outlines techniques to help instructors assess the baseline knowledge and skills of their students and tailor instruction to suit their needs. She also discusses a broad variety of teaching methods--seminars, lectures, and hands-on labs--with detailed guidance on the time required for each method, the anticipated instructional outcomes, and the technological requirements. The text also delves into the features of the Internet that today's students want and need to learn. This includes the complete range of Internet information resources--e-mail, Telnet, FTP, Gopher, and the World Wide Web; and the latest search and retrieval tools, including Archie and Veronica, and Web search tools, including WebCrawler?(TM) With a sample workbook and handouts for beginning and intermediate users. The Internet Trainer's Guide offers the comprehensive solution that today's Internet trainers need.
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About the Author Diane Kovacs is a reference Librarian/Assistant Professor at Kent State University. In addition, she is the editor-in-chief of the Directory of Scholarly Electronic Conferences and the Electronic Journal on Virtual Culture and the co-moderator of Libref-L (Discussion of Library Reference Issues) and GovDoc-L (Discussion of Government Documents Issues). Kovacs writes and speaks frequently on Internet resources, and teaches many workshops on using Internet resources for research. She was the 1992 recipient of the Apple Corporation Library Internet Citizen Award. Kovacs holds a M.S. in Library and information Science from the University of Illinois and a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from Kent State University.Review:
While there is a great deal of information available today for Internet users, but very little about teaching others how to use the Internet efficiently and cost effectively. With The Internet Trainer's Guide, teachers (K-12), librarians, administrators, non-technical academics, business people, health professionals, and Internet instructors can find step-by-step, lesson-to-lesson plans for teaching beginning and intermediate Internet users. From creating course outlines and conducting presentations to teaching methods and evaluation procedures, Diane Kovacs covers all the information readers need in order to design a broad variety of Internet courses, including seminars, lectures, and hands-on labs. Also presented are features of today's Internet information resources: e-mail, Telnet, FTP, Gopher, and the World Wide Web; search and retrieval tools including Archie and Veronica; and Web search tools including WebCrawler. -- Midwest Book Review
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