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This Web page is an electronic companion to the book Learning to
Use the World Wide Web, by Ernest
C. Ackermann . It contains links to all the Web resources, sites, and
services mentioned throughout the book. Using this you can access the items
mentioned in the book directly, without typing the long addresses or URLs
for each item. Each item is listed under the chapter where it's mentioned,
and, if it was used in one of the examples, under the title and number
of the example.
Virtual Table of Contents for Learning to Use the World Wide Web
The book contains several appendices.
From the Preface
The book is written for people who want to learn how to use Netscape Navigator
to access the World Wide Web and how to get the most from the resources
available on the Internet. No prior experience with the World Wide Web
or the Internet is assumed. We pay some attention to why things work the
way they do, but the emphasis is on how to learn to effectively
use the World Wide Web and associated services in a step-by-step, organized
manner. The book can be used for self study, or it can be used as a primary
or supplemental text book in courses dealing with the Internet and the
World Wide Web.
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