Tips & Tricks for Job Seekers: Internet Searching and Websites
Lower Level Technology Lab
Today’s job seekers need to know how to find and apply for positions online. In this free one-hour session, library staff will teach you how to effectively search the Internet using a variety of browsers and search engines when looking for jobs. Useful websites for job seekers will also be highlighted.
Skills required: Basic Computer Skills (i.e., using the mouse & keyboard; opening & closing programs)
Group size is limited to allow for personal attention. Register by calling 236-5205.
- Understanding and using web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox)
- Understanding and using a search engine (Google, Bing)
- Basic searching techniques
- Navigate using URLs and links
- Use Back, Forward, Home buttons
- View the Browsing History
- Adding, deleting, and organizing Bookmarks or Favorites
- Downloading a file from the Internet
- Use the Find command
- Printing from the Internet