previous to the workshop.
or you may wish to browse through the Web, the way you would browse through a library
?Surfing the Net?. There are several ways to get around on the Web.
your computer screen. Web addresses, sometimes referred to as uniform resource
type in the Web address, it may take awhile for the site’s home page to appear on the
error message on your computer screen (e.g. just try again).
include hypertext links to other sites with related content. When you click on one of
these highlighted areas, your computer will connect to another Web site without your
having to know or type its address.
programs that you can select from your Web browser to let you to search the Internet by
example, you can click on a search engine, enter his name, then pull up several Web sites
for further research.
be the next President of the United States.
(5) To find this information you sign onto the Internet; Once connected,
click the mouse on the search key. From the menu, select a search engine based on your
topic. I suggest using Yahoo. At the subject box, type in Vice President Al Gore and
click on the search key. Now review the search results: “Found 1 category and 19 site
matches for Vice President Al Gore?. Select one or all site matches with the click of
your mouse (all sites are underlined). Each site has additional sites for more information.
Just like you would do research from a book, take the appropriate information you want
and write your essay from it.
After practicing for a while, I have found the Internet to be easy to use.
It can provide helpful and interesting information for just about anything you could
imagine it to.
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