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This 160 page workbook--published in a convenient spiral-bound format--provides helpful information about the Internet to users of all ages and backgrounds (students, professionals, consumers, and business people). This versatile course, intended for both self-paced environments and instructor-led classrooms, is designed to meet the needs of users at any skill level. New Internet users will like "Internet Fundamentals I" because it is written in plain English, rather than confusing technobabble. While its straightforward style appeals to new users, its up-to-date content (this course is revised every 90 days) and handy reference guides also make it a valuable resource for experienced users.
"Internet Fundamentals I" employs useful aids to make learning about the Internet enjoyable and easy. At the conclusion of each lesson is a detailed summary and a challenging quiz. An extensive glossary and detailed index close out the course. Appendices listing useful Web sites and other beneficial pieces of information are also provided, allowing the workbook to serve as a valuable reference long after you have completed the course. This comprehensive Internet course combines readable text with detailed, intuitive schematics that illustrate complex Internet mechanisms and processes. High-resolution graphics of actual Web sites and pages guide you through lecture text and dozens of hands-on exercises.
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"Internet Fundamentals I" is Quessing's second end-user course. This course is the cornerstone of all other Quessing courses, including "Internet Fundamentals II", "Navigating the Web", "Exploring the Web", "Conducting Internet Research I", and "Conducting Internet Research II". The author, Curt Robbins, is one of the top Internet courseware authors, teachers, and lecturers in the United States. Mr. Robbins has over twelve years experience in the computer and Internet industry. He has authored nearly a dozen Internet courses used by tens of thousands of business people and college students throughout North America. His continued focus upon writing exclusively Internet training materials makes him one of the foremost authorities on how both individuals and organizations can practically and economically utilize the Internet. Mr. Robbins' unique and clear writing style and depth of knowledge appeal to both experienced computer users and novices alike and reflect his journalism, psychology, and information technology background.From the Author:
I developed "Internet Fundamentals I" to help my Internet students grasp the often unintuitive principles and mechanisms of the Internet. I update this course every three months to keep pace with the rapid technological and cultural development of the Internet. When I found that I couldnt fit even the fundamental aspects of the Internet into a single workbook, I began development of "Internet Fundamentals II". This enabled me to clarify and better arrange the material in this first workbook. "Internet Fundamentals II" picks up right where "Internet Fundamentals I" leaves off and is a very strategic complement to the first course.
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