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This course is designed for anyone who wants to gain knowledge about the Internet, electronic mail, and the World Wide Web.

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This course will provide an understanding of how computers connect to networks and the Internet, an understanding of electronic mail, electronic mail software, online resources such as newsgroups, mailing lists, the World Wide Web, Web browser programs an (see full course description)

 

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Training Course Syllabus:


Description
This course teaches student an understanding of how computers connect to networks and the Internet, an understanding of electronic mail, electronic mail software, online resources such as newsgroups, mailing lists, the World Wide Web, Web browser programs and the impact of computing and the Internet on society.

Audience
Students enrolling in this course are not required to have any background knowledge or experience in computers.

Objectives
·  Discuss network fundamentals and the benefits and risks of network computing
·  Use electronic mail
·  Identify the appropriate use of email and email related "netiquette"
·  Identify types of information sources on the Internet
·  Use a Web browsing application
·  Search the Internet
·  Learn the risk of using computer hardware and software
·  Use the Internet safely and legally

Required Prerequisites
 ·  Computer Fundamentals

Next Steps
 ·  Internet Fundamentals
 ·  Web Page Authoring Fundamentals
 ·  Networking Fundamentals

Outline
    1. Networking Fundamentals
      1. Networking Concepts
        1. Where the Personal Computer Fits
        2. Networking Standards
        3. Network Categories
        4. Network Cabling and Devices
      2. Benefits of Networking
        1. Communication
        2. Sharing Devices
        3. Sharing Information
        4. Servers
      3. Disadvantages of Networking
        1. Dependency
        2. Expensive
        3. Security Risk
        4. Loss of Autonomy
        5. Privacy
        6. Viruses
      4. Introducing the Internet
        1. Connecting to the Internet
        2. Recognizing Intranets and
        3. Extranets
      5. Electronic Mail Fundamentals
        1. Internal Mail
        2. Internet E-mail
      6. E-mail Message Components
        1. Addressing
        2. The Subject Line
        3. The Message Body
        4. Attachments
      7. E-mail Address Features
        1. The Domain Name Format
      8. Creating E-mail Options
        1. Creating New
        2. Reply Options
      9. Viewing and Managing E-mail
        1. Attaching Files
          1. Virus Hazard
          2. Precautions
          3. Hoaxes
        2. Using Microsoft Outlook
          1. Working with E-mail
            1. Using the Inbox
            2. Folders
          2. Composing Messages
            1. Addressing a New Message
            2. Creating and Formatting
            3. Message Text
          3. Sending an E-mail
            1. Working with Attachments
              1. Adding Attachments
              2. Saving Attachments
              3. Opening Attachments
              4. Removing Attachments
            2. Replying and Forwarding E-mails
              1. Reply
              2. Reply to All
              3. Forward
            3. Reading and Viewing Messages
              1. Opening Messages
              2. Changing the View Options
              3. Previewing Messages Using
              4. AutoPreview
              5. Previewing Messages Using
              6. The Preview Pane
              7. Setting Options for
              8. Previewing Messages
              9. Navigating within Mail
              10. Viewing Previous or Next
              11. Messages
            4. Sorting and Finding Messages
              1. Sorting Messages
              2. Finding Messages
            5. Managing Messages
              1. Viewing the Folder List
              2. Navigating Through the
              3. Folder List
              4. Creating Folders
              5. Moving Messages Between Folders
              6. Deleting Messages
              7. Saving Messages
            6. Using Mail Options
              1. Flagging Messages
              2. Using Signatures
              3. Junk Mail and Blocking Senders
            7. Using an Address Book
              1. Entering Data to the Address Book
              2. Using the Address Book
              3. Distribution Lists
              4. The Global Address Book
            8. Printing Messages
              1. Printing a Message
              2. Customizing the Print Options
            9. Using E-mail Appropriately
              1. Business E-mail
                1. Formal
                2. Record Keeping
                3. Expensive
                4. Clarity
                5. Personal E-mail at Work
              2. Identifying Emoticons and Abbreviations
                1. Using Emoticons
                2. Using Abbreviations (Acronyms)
              3. Understanding Bad Netiquette
                1. Rambling
                2. Harsh Language
                3. Flaming
                4. Shouting
                5. Spamming
              4. Identifying E-mail Problems
                1. Inbox Overflow
                2. Hasty Replies
                3. Informality
                4. Viruses and Hoaxes
              5. Looking at the Information on the Internet
                1. The Mailing List
                  1. Subscribing
                  2. Moderated Lists
                  3. Mailing List Databases
                2. Newsgroups (Usenet)
                  1. Using the Worldwide Web
                    1. Overview
                    2. Web Page Elements
                    3. The Uniform Resource Locator
                    4. Web Site Types
                    5. On-line Databases
                  2. Using Browsers
                    1. Working with the Browser
                    2. Identifying Common Elements
                    3. Using Microsoft Internet Explorer
                    4. Looking at the Screen
                    5. Navigating with the Toolbar
                    6. Using Netscape Navigator
                    7. Looking at the Screen
                  3. Using Information From the Web
                    1. Understanding Copyright
                  4. Searching for Information
                    1. General Methodology
                  5. Using Directories
                    1. Using Portal Sites
                      1. Search Engine Technology
                        1. Search Engine Features
                          1. Search Engine Watchdog
                        2. Narrowing the Search
                          1. Using Punctuation
                          2. Quotation Marks
                          3. Plus and Minus Signs
                          4. Casing
                          5. Using Wildcard Characters
                          6. Using Boolean Terms
                        3. Other Search Tools
                          1. HTML Objects
                          2. Using Metacrawlers
                          3. Specific Search Engine Features
                        4. Qualifying the Information
                          1. How Accurate is the Information?
                          2. How Authentic is the Information?
                          3. How Objective is the Information?
                          4. How Current is the Information?
                          5. Assessing the Site Design

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