Exploring The Internet

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Book Title – Exploring The Internet
Book Author – Robert T. Grauer Gretchen Marx

Publisher – Prentice Hall College Div

Topics – Computers

Exploring the Internet


For any course introducing students to the Internet; may be taught out of any departments on campus. These are the newest books in our best-selling Exploring Windows Series. They will appeal to students from a variety of disciplines and are written at a level that assumes no prior knowledge of the Internet or Netscape. Featuring a step-by-step approach that is complimented by non-technical discussions of the concepts, students will find the texts informative and easy to understand.* Hands-on experience in addition to the rationale behind what is being done. * Allows students to learn by doing as well as learning the reasoning. Each chapter has a Learning by Doing section that includes several hands-on exercises. * Available in two versions-The comprehensive (290 pp.) Exploring edition (0-13-271693-3) and the briefer (160 pp.) Essentials edition (0-13-595778-8); these four color, spiral bound texts were written by our popular author team-Grauer and Marx. * Offers instructors a choice of which book fits their course length and depth of coverage. * Coverage of the World Wide Web, Netscape, E-mail, URLs, HTML, special appendix 'Hot Sites on the Internet.' * Students benefit from coverage of current topics. * Both versions of the texts are offered as part of Prentice Halls custom binding program, the Right PHit. * Gives the instructor the greatest flexibility in providing custom content for their course at a discounted price. * Additional resources are available on the Grauer website: www.bus.miami.edu/~rgrauer