Internet Fundamentals is a course designed to guide students through the Internet and its wide array of useful resources. Students learn how to use key Internet technologies, such as Web browsers, e-mail, newsgroups, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Telnet, and search engines. Students gain experience configuring both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer to access rich multimedia, including RealPlayer, Shockwave and Flash content. Students also use a variety of Web-based search engines to conduct advanced searches and learn the basics of electronic commerce and security issues.
All professionals who use the Internet. Information in this course is required for all levels of specialization in the CIW program.
· Understand the history of the Internet · Identify the differences between various internet protocols · Be able to search for information using a search engine · Be able to discuss issues of E-Commerce
· Prepare for one of the many CIW Certified exams. · Provide a realistic career path. · Increase earnings potential.
· Computer Fundamentals · Living Online
· 1D0-410 : CIW Foundations
· Web Page Authoring Fundamentals · Networking Fundamentals
Overview of the Internet
Evolution of the Internet
How the Internet works
Client/Server Model on the Internet
Connecting to the Internet
Domain Name System (DNS)
The Business of Domain Names
Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
Intranets and Extranets
Browsing the World Wide Web
Web Browsers and the Internet
Evolution of the World Wide Web
Introducing the Web Browser
Viewing a Web Page with Netscape Navigator
Viewing a Web Page with Microsoft Internet Explorer