CC021 INTERNET PREP SCHOOL - LEVEL 0

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EVERY Wed Oct 1 thru Wed Oct 22 2014 – 4 sessions
1:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.                                    
Computer Teaching Center/IS
 
Instructor:  Richard Nelson (Lakewood) richnelson@hotmail.com
Class assistant: Lois Forsythe (Lakewood) and Sue Stitt (Lakewood)
Fee $16.00    Limit 10 Students

This is a very basic Internet course for people who have never used the Internet and have a great desire to learn how, or for those that want to review the processes.  The pace of this course is purposely slow giving the student time to memorize, understand, and apply their newly acquired skills. It will include an introduction to the computer keyboard, mastering the mouse, and getting ready to begin Internet access work.  Students will not have to be accomplished in typing to be successful in this course because we will use a shortcut system.  During the course students will learn, understand, and apply the basics of how the Internet works, the different ways to access the Internet, understand how to navigate and search the Internet, how to use the Help and Support process built in to every Windows computer.  Finally you will learn the basics of copy and pasting both text and pictures from the Internet. Students will be encouraged to bring their own laptop to class for Q&A sessions after class

One of the hallmarks of a Prep School course is that during each session a significant amount of time will be dedicated to supervised practice.


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