Internet Guide Uses Hands-On Approach
Written and classroom-tested by experienced computer teachers, The Lawrenceville Press Guide to the Internet employs a "hands-on" approach to surfing the Net and building Web pages.
Among the topics covered are the history of the Internet, using e-mail, downloading files, working with Archie and Gopher, Web search engines and programming in HTML. The book also discusses Internet security and related ethical, legal and social issues.
The Lawrenceville Press Guide to the Internet comes in hardcover and softcover versions, both priced for education. A supplemental Teacher's Resource Package, sold separately, contains assignments, lecture notes, research projects, quizzes and tests. Lawrenceville Press, Pennington, NJ, (609) 737-1148, www.gate.net/~lvp.
This article originally appeared in the 02/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.