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The Internet is a multi-layered environment that requires users to know many different things. Two basics that you need to know are how to use your web browser to surf the web and how to e-mail. You may also want to know what all those smilies mean :) The following sites will help you learn this and more. Good Luck!

Internet Resources

Learn The Net.com
www.learnthenet.com/english/index.html
A comprehensive guide to the Internet. Offers articles, interactive classes, downloads, games and links to even more sites. Also available in Spanish and French.

Library Resources

Most libraries will have numerous books covering all aspects of the Internet. Most libraries will have these books in call numbers 004.678, 025.04 and 384.3. They range from the popular "...for dummies" titles to much more sophisticated offerings. The following is indicative of what you can find. A librarian at your local public library will be happy to help you or visit your library online at www.nassaulibrary.org/list/nasslist.html

Books

Grandma Online: a grandmother's guide to the Internet by Kathleen Shaputis. 2001.

Internet for Dummies by John Levine. 1999

Internet for Kids: a beginner's guide to surfing the net by Ted Pedersen. 2001 (2nd rev.ed)

Internet User's Handbook by Mark Ater. 2001

Parent's Guide to the Internet by Ilene Raymond. 2001

Search Engines for the World Wide Web by Alfred & Emily Glossbrenner. 2001

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