Internet Basics, Part I

Date: 
Monday, March 24, 2014 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Internet Basics, Part I (Computer Basics)

How do I get online? And when I’m there, how do I find what I am looking for?  The internet is huge and has almost all the answers…if you can find them!

Learn how to effectively navigate the internet using Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome. Understand basic websites layouts and how to find what you are looking for on a website.

Topics Covered:
• Internet Browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox)
• Navigate Using URLs and Links
• Use Back, Forward, Home buttons
• View the Browsing History
• Staying Safe on the Internet
• Website Navigation 

Class Format:  Hands on
Skills Required:  Basic Computer Skills, i.e. mouse, keyboard, open/close programs
Audience:  Adults
Class Limit 4 (four)

These are FREE, small group session held in the Library’s Technology Lab (Lower Level) and taught by a librarian who can provide personalized instruction and support.

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