Internet user education and I Guide - Resources and Review

Tools, help and resources for webmasters, including HTML and Java guides. Also features information on e
commerce and legal issues.
A directory of resources for learning and teaching Internet skills, including Web and email. Links with descriptive and evaluative annotations are provided, covering: learning, teaching, navigating and providing information on the Internet, learning HTML, demographics, special needs and foreign language resources.
Netskills aims to help the UK community make effective use of the Internet for teaching, research and administration. Funded under the Electronic Libraries Programme.
The main goal of this project is to provide an effective method for librarians to display and share instructional materials they have designed for teaching about the seeking and evaluation of information in a networked environment.
Set of three free Internet distance learning courses: Advanced Internet Training (including electronic mail, FTP and Web usage), HTML Tools (including an introduction to Web page design) and Real Time Communications (including use of Telnet, MUDs, MOOs, MUSH and IRC).
A reference for network users and user support staff that shows how to carry out common networking tasks, how and where on the network to search for information, which tools are available, where to find them and how to use them.
Publishers of Internet training materials and seminars.
Answers to questions such as how to deal with junk mail, how to find out the source of email messages, and how to deal with spamming.
Vast archive of messages sent to the Nettrain mailing list for Internet trainers.
Online publication providing Internet news, articles and details of resources and services on topics such as education, retail, manufacturing, health care, e
business, systems and management, and network infrastructure.
Tutorial aimed at newcomers to the Internet which guides users through the basic concepts and practical details. Topics include bookmarking, downloading programs, shareware sources, Internet myths, using email, FTP and Telnet.
Includes titles on Internet, HTML, multimedia etc, in Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish languages.
Details of television and radio programs about the Internet and computers. Includes stories on how the Internet has helped people achieve various goals such as giving up smoking and contacting long lost relatives. Also includes information about the millennium bug with a full explanation of the problem and possible effects.
Collection of work written and presented by Greg Notess, a prominent figure in the world of library related IT and computing. Includes columns such as 'On the Net', as published in Database and Online magazines, articles on Internet searching, details of presentations and workshops, and examples of completed Web based projects.
Collection of information skills materials which address the use of resources in each of the libraries of University of Abertay Dundee, University of Dundee and University of St Andrews. Includes guides on journals, databases, Internet searching and coursework writing.
Provides information on common Internet issues, including server types, file extensions and data formats, country domain codes, and Internet error messages.
A set of tutorials covering Internet connection, navigation, evaluation of material, search engines, subject directories, browsers including Netscape Navigator and Communicator, and software training. Also explains how to use frames and how to cut and paste material into Word programmes.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of library and information science.
Index of resources intended to help the novice computer and/or Internet user. Offers guides and tutorials providing basic computing instruction, question and answer forums, an index of search engines, dictionaries and glossaries of terminology, a series of working tips and tools, software downloads, and manufacturer's technical support services for the PC and the Mac.
Document describing many of the hoax warnings found on the Internet, particularly about computer viruses and Trojans. While these hoaxes do not infect systems, they are still time consuming and costly to handle. Users are requested not to spread unconfirmed warnings about viruses and Trojans. There is also some history of hoaxes on the Internet, details of how to identify a new hoax warning, how to identify a validated warning and what to do on receiving a hoax message.
A structured course, offering step
by-step, practical guidance on major Internet topics.
Free interactive tutorials to help students, researchers, and instructors discover some of what the Internet has to offer in their subject areas. Topics include English, history, medicine, politics, social work, and sociology.
Offers a basic guide to the Internet for UK users. Includes information on ISPs, domain names, search engines, computer viruses, chat programs, Web design, and Internet languages such as CGI and Java.
Organisation offering Internet training courses, a full text version of Karen Blakeman's Search Strategies for the Internet, consultancy services, and an index to business information sources on the Web.
Document offering guidelines for use of Internet services, intended to help users to realise the capabilities of the Internet and be responsible in how they access or transmit information through the Internet. Topics include electronic mail, telnet, FTP, discussion groups, the World Wide Web, and the Ten Commandments for Computer Ethics.
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