Some Beginner's Guides
for World Wide Webbing
Patrick Crispen's Internet Roadmap
- Patrick Crispen has
written an excellent introductory course to the Internet which you can sign
up for by email: alternatively, Neil Enns has provided a web-page presentation
of the course. Both Patrick's site and Neil's are excellent intros to the
Web. An updated version is available at Roadmap96.
- offered by
the Ann Arbor District Library. The site has good practical help (for using
and searching the web, and free email), as well as lots of background information
and links to other useful sites.
Internet Literacy Consultants Glossary of Internet Terms
- A good starting point;
also a useful reference to bookmark.
World Wide Web Consortium
- Learn the history of
the Internet, everything else about the Internet, and the future of the Internet.
If you ever plan to write a web page, please book mark this site. These are
the folks promoting universal standards for HTML.
- Earl Roberts of the
Tale Wins Literary Agency has an excellent compilation of resources to Build your own web page.
Information Service is a generous compilation of links on everything,
including introductory information.
Or for text browsers:
the page you came in on
Web Guide Index
February 22, 1998 by Anitra L. Freeman Last update: December 3, 2000