A Parent's Guide to the Internet

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Parent's guide Press, 2003 - Computers - 258 pages
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"Offering parents helpful information on basic computer literacy, the nuts and bolts of Internet navigation, essential Internet lingo, and advice on how to protect kids online, this guide provides detailed answers to difficult parenting-with-technology questions. Included are hands-on projects and activities that help parents to become Internet collaborators with their child. Checklists, how-tos, web sites, and suggestions for increased Internet literacy are also provided. This updated edition includes the latest changes in technology; more web sites for further learning; expanded information on safety, e-commerce, and teens; and product information and reviews of filters and other screening tools. "

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Drivers Ed tor the Intormation Superhighway
Searching the World Wide Web

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About the author (2003)

Natalie Whitlock is a consultant on the Internet's effect on the family, with clients including IBM, Intel, and Disney.

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