As with any new technology, one of the best ways to learn it, is to use it.
There are free training courses offered to the University community through the Advanced Learning Center (ALC). There are also a number of good online tutorials that are available via the Web.
These training resources can guide the beginner into becoming more and more familiar
with the terms and environment of the Internet. All of the local book stores carry
some excellent guides for developing Web skills as well as covering more complicated
a few of the tutorial / training sites available to users. Once you begin to use the
Web, you will discover many more of these sites.
- Advanced Learning Center (ALC)
- On-campus seminars that cover basic and advanced uses of the Web and HTML.
- W3C Schools
- Full Web building tutorials. This site offers tutorials, references, examples and
certificates that includes HTML/XHTML, CSS, TCP/IP, XML, browser scripting, server
scripting, multimedia and more.