This practical guide offers a step-by-step plan for teaching people how to use the Internet, geared towards the needs of your library and its users. Featuring screen shots and tips, it covers everything from half-hour tutorials to full-day workshops for both the young and old.Pacific Bell Knowledge Network Explorer, 107 Parent Soup, 68 parents, 8, 28 advertising training programs for, 68-9 designing classes for, ... questions, 47 QuickTime, 70 R Researching Online for Dummies, 87 resources for beginner training programs, ... rapport, 47 Readera#39;s Digest, 59 RealAudio, 31 Recruiting and Managing Volunteers in Libraries: A How-to-Do-It Manual for Librarians, 96 Reed, Sallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching the Internet in Libraries|
|Author||:||Rachel Singer Gordon|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2001-01-01|