Internet Guidance for youth and adults Easy to read with great practice lessons, this book guides youth and adults into being able to find the information they need while doing so safely. With many pictures and detailed explanations readers will have fun while learning a skill that will last their whole lives.
Cover all aspects of using an Internet browser Have examples of some topics youth age children look for and how to best find the information Discuss the different search engines and their results Show how to get the information from a browser into another program such as word processing. Go through saving information from the Internet to use later Discuss printing from the Internet Discuss shopping on the Internet Discuss social networking on the Internet Discuss Internet predators and how to avoid them Have exercises in "put it into practice sections" and two projects at the end of the book Many recommendations for both youth and adults on Internet safety practices Have a special chapter for parents and teachers to help keep family members and their computer safe
The exercises provide a great opportunity for adults to interact with their family and learn too
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