INTRO TO INTERNET & EMAIL
9:00 – 11:50 AM
FEBRUARY 22 – MARCH 22, 2014
Course Number: 45974
Subject Code: COMP
Course Code: 9952
WHAT: This 15 hour course teaches students the fundamentals of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and web browser and email use. Competent use of the World Wide Web and email are essential components of contemporary personal management practices, researching subjects of interest and finding employment. One of the major goals of this course is to ensure that students can identify parts of a browser window and successfully use a browser to acquire and use an email account.
We begin the course by discussing the history of the Internet as well as exploring several definitions of the Internet. We study common terms and concepts like networks, servers, World Wide Web, URL and cloud computing. We learn about what web browser software is and how to use its core features. We learn how to do an effective web search, how to save and print information found online and how to transfer files over the web.
WHERE: Downtown campus, 4th & Mission, one block south of Powell BART, room 516
HOW: Pre-register now so that you can be assured a seat! Go to Admissions on the first floor of the Downtown campus at 4th & Mission (one block south of Powell BART). If the class is full, come the first day and the instructor can register you.