|This material has been prepared to accompany the book "Internet Today: Email, Searching & the World Wide Web" ISBN 1-887902-43-0, by Ernest Ackermann and Karen Hartman, and published by Franklin, Beedle and Associates, Incorporated, Wilsonville OR, ©1999.|
Internet Today! is for people who want to learn to use the Internet and the World Wide Web effectively and efficiently. This book helps readers get the most from resources and services available online. Step-by-step instructions emphasize effective use of the Internet and the Web, and no prior online experience is assumed.
This text is appropriate for a college-level introductory course serving students in liberal arts, humanities, and physical sciences. It covers a range of topics including
- services on the Internet and the Web,
- ways to find and evaluate online information,
- tips for writing Web pages,
- the legal, ethical, and social issues related to the Internet.
|Introduction to the Internet
& the Web
|Using a Browser||Finding Information|
|Glossary||HTML||Telnet & FTP||Issues||Search Strategies|
This book is based on the best elements of our successful textbooks Learning to Use the World Wide Web and Searching & Researching on the Internet & the World Wide Web.
|This material has been prepared to accompany the book "Internet Today: Email, Searching & the World Wide Web" ISBN 1-887902-43-0, by Ernest Ackermann and Karen Hartman, and published by Franklin, Beedle and Associates, Incorporated, Wilsonville OR, ©1999. No part of this may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transcribed without permission of the publisher. Feel free to browse this Web site. Please write to Ernie or Karen to let us know if you make a link to this site.|
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