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Internet Basics for ESL Students

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Internet Basics for ESL Students
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A 14-Lesson Introduction to Using Computers and the Internet for Students of English as a Second Language. Jim Schweizer wrote this textbook for his own students when he was teaching English in Japan. The Lessons: Basic Computer Terms and the History of the Internet; Hardware and Internet Software; Computer Problems and Peripherals; Operating Systems - Windows 95; Using Email; Multimedia; Internet Service Providers; Communication; The Net; Mailing Lists; Ethics and Privacy; Newsgroups; Business on the Internet.

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