CIS 106 Introduction to the INTERNET

Credits: 1.00

This course introduces the student to the structure of and use of the Internet worldwide computer network. Resources discussed will include Archie, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Gophers, Listserv, Telnet, Usenet, Wais, and the World Wide Web (WWW), etc. Electronic mail (e-mail) facility, various means of accessing the Internet, and "netiquette" issues surrounding the appropriate use of such networks will be discussed. Considerable hands-on experience will be provided. (This course may be taken on a Pass/No Pass (P/NP) basis only. The grade will not affect grade point average.)

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Last Updated: 10/21/2013