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A Beginner's Guide to HTML
Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial
- Internet 101
Internet Traffic Report
Learn the Net
Insider: The Complete Internet Guide and Web Tutorial
Internet Learning Resources
- About The World
Wide Web - a handy reference that focuses on the history of the
web, from its military origins up to the browser wars.
- Ask the
Experts - hundreds of experts
available in all walks of life
Central - "The internet is all about information. This site is
dedicated to helping people learn to use that information in a coherent
manner. Beginners' Central is based on a chapter by chapter structure, you may
skip to any chapter you're interested in, or if you wish, you can start at the
beginning and work your way forward."
Beginner's Guide to Effective Email
Beginner's Guide to the Internet
Beginner's Guide to Object-Oriented Software
- Beginner's Guide to Search Engines
Beginner's Guide to URLs
Beginner's Guide to WWW
Beginner's Guide to Word, Excel and Access
Complete Internet Guide and Web Tutorial, The
- From the basics of browsing the World Wide Web to the details of banking
online, this Microsoft site delivers the knowledge you need to venture onto
the Internet, explore its vast offerings, and make it work for you.
Exploring the World-Wide Web - self-directed
tutorial for new web users.
Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial - This tutorial presents the substance of the NEW two-part Internet
Workshops offered year-round by theTeaching Library at the University of
California at Berkeley.
- Free Online
WWW/Internet Tutorials - browsing, downloading, zip/unzip, FTP,
e-mail, plug-ins and more. Subscribe to the free newsletter.
Glossary of Internet Terms
How To Use Your CGI-BIN - "A beginner's guide
to setting up and using CGI scripts to enhance your Web site."
- Internet 101
(1) - "Internet 101 was created for those who want to know just the
basics. This guide will provide you with enough knowledge to have fun on the
Internet, yet will not bore you with too many details."
Internet 101 (2)
- "Anyone is welcome to use this site. It was originally developed for an
Adult School Internet course. However, the material and links should be of
interest to all Internet users."
- Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
- Internet Tutorials - Univ. at Albany Libraries - collection of
beginners' tutorials for Internet users. There are currently 25 tutorials
under the categories: Basic Internet, Research Guides, Search Engines &
Subject Directories, Netscape, and Software Training.
the Internet - Internet tutorial by
AARP (American Association of Retired Persons). This site instructs you how to
do many useful things on the Internet. You will learn how to create and
organize Favorites, how to make text larger, how to customize your browser,
how to capture Internet information, and much more. Each lesson contains
written information along with pictures of what you actually see on the
the Net: An Internet Guide and Tutorial - site - in 5 languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, and English.
Covers the basics and has an interactive search engine tutorial using
- LivingInternet.com - site describes
the Internet's history, how it works, how to use it (including advanced use),
security issues, and related information.
MSN: An Internet Tutorial - "From the basics
of browsing the World Wide Web to the details of banking online, the
Microsoft® Product Insider Internet Guide delivers the knowledge you need to
venture onto the Internet, explore its vast offerings, and make it work for
Mouse Tutorial - If you've never used a mouse
before, this page will introduce you to three basic skills: pointing,
clicking, and scrolling - from the Washoe County (NV) Library.
NCSA - Beginner's Guide to HTML
- Net.TUTOR - Ohio State Univ. Libraries - interactive Internet
instruction program, including Getting Started on the Web; E-Mail Basics; Make
the Most of Your Browser; Searching 101; Evaluation of Web Sites; and Smart
Net Research Strategies.
- Netscape Unoffical
FAQ - a loosely edited list of Frequently Asked Questions that have
been posted and answered in Netscape discussion groups.
New User Tutorial - site designed to teach new users basic computer skills such as using
the mouse and the scrollbar, typing commands into dialog boxes, double
clicking, and using the File menu and other basic Windows functions.
Seniors Online - site is designed to help
Newbies become "familiarized with the main concepts of Internet use."
Tutorials on basic concepts of Windows navigation, including instructions on
how to use the mouse, use E-mail, do Internet searches and navigate the Web.
- tutorialfind - a free educational resource which can be used by anyone wishing
to find tutorials on the Internet. The site has tutorials on everything from
advanced computer software to learning a new language.
- Webmonkey Guides - the Hotwired team tells you about Internet
Basics and How to Use the Web.
webTeacher Tutorial -
"Welcome to webTeacher, a self-paced Internet Tutorial that puts both basic
and in-depth information about the World Wide Web at your fingertips - just a
mouse click away!"
- A beginner's guide to computing and the Internet.
Zen and the Art of the Internet - A
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