Starting out on the Internet: a learning journey for teachers

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Merrill/Prentice Hall, Aug 1, 2005 - Computers - 105 pages
For courses in Internet for Educators. The third edition of Starting Out on the Internet: A Learning Journey for Teachers provides instructors and students with the basics to become a knowledgeable Internet user and to skillfully use the Internet as a teaching and learning resource. Step-by-step procedures move readers through the basics of navigation, such as understanding URLs to using search engines, to classroom-specific concerns such as evaluating website quality and integrating the Internet into teaching. It also includes more advanced education-related uses of the Internet, such as downloading and using images, downloading programs and plug-ins, and creating a website. Whether learning individually on a personal computer or in a lab course, this handy and easy guide familiarizes readers with all the Internet has to offer.

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Roblyer has been a technology using teacher and a contributor to the field of educational technology for nearly 30 years. Currently, she is Adjunct Professor of Educational Technology, teaching online for the University of Maryland.

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