non-technical introduction to the Internet, this two
hour class examines the Internet from a variety of perspectives.
Learn about the Internets growth, structure and
content and the various ways of connecting to the Internet.
Internet applications, such as e-mail, telnet, FTP,
and the World Wide Web will be described and illustrated
with on-line, hands-on demonstrations. An excellent
introduction to the information superhighwayyoull
soon be cruising. Two hours: $45.
feel overwhelmed when trying to find specific information on the Internet?
Attend this class to learn strategies for locating the key information you
need. Well discuss using various Internet tools such as Archie, Veronica,
and the World Wide Web to track down information, as well as identifying
and using subject based Internet guides on-line. To make this seminar even
more practical, you will practice searching for items covering your particular
area of interest. Two hours: $45.
six hour course on the basic tools needed to design, maintain and market
a Web site. The first two hours focus on the basic tools needed. The second
two hours are devoted to actual construction of a working site. The final
two hours concentrate on the extensive marketing strategies necessary to
have an effective Web site which really sells your products. Six hours:
track record. You can pay less for similar courses but this one teaches
you what actually works on the Web!
addition to our regularly scheduled classes, Internet
Navigating also offers training sessions with customized
content for groups. In addition to the classes listed
here, we offer classes on FTP and telnet, and newsgroups/Internet
mailing lists. Courses of special interest to lawyers,
doctors, engineers, and other professionals are available.
We can also teach basic computer applications such as
DOS, Windows 95/98/NT, and the components of Office
2000. Please contact us to discuss your needs, for course
information and for information on rates and scheduling.