Working with Internet Explorer 8
This course provides an overview of Internet Explorer 8. Fundamental Web browsing skills, such as how to search and navigate the Internet, will be taught.
Other skills covered include creating and organizing Favorites, finding text, reusing Web page data, using accelerators, and staying updated with Web Slices. Printing Web pages, downloading files, and using plug-ins will also be covered. In addition, users will learn how to browse securely, as well as how to customize the browser.
Browsing with Firefox 3.0
This course helps users learn how to use Mozilla Firefox 3.0 to browse the Web. Users will learn basic search and navigation skills, how to use tabs, bookmarks, tags, smart folders, and add-ons.
They will also learn about the privacy and security options in Firefox; how to save, copy, and print Web data; and how to find help in using the browser.
Introduction to Internet Explorer 6
This course provides an overview of the Internet Explorer 6 Web browser. Skills covered include becoming familiar with the browser window and its functions, navigating the World Wide Web, creating and maintaining Favourites, using Web page data, and customizing the Internet Explorer browser to best suit your needs.
There are methods for assuring alignment and consistency, and suggestions for preserving important working relationships without the traditional work structure.
Introduction to Netscape 7
This course introduces Netscape Navigator, a fast and functional Web browser. Students will learn how to explore the Web and find useful information.
They will learn how to use bookmarks to keep track of their favourite Web pages, and how to use the Web data that they find. Finally students will learn how to customize Netscape Navigator, as well as learn about privacy and security concerns on the Web.
Navigating and Exploring the Internet 2002
This introductory course teaches students the fundamental skills they need to know to use the Internet. Skills students will learn include connecting to the Internet, understanding and sending e-mail, learning about the Web, and using browsers such as Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator to view and search Web pages.
All these skills will be taught using true-life scenarios, examples, review exercises, and concept graphics to help reinforce the material presented.
Utilizing The Internet
Introduces students to the Internet and shows how to use the Internet to perform common tasks such as sending email, finding information, and using Internet services.