Teaching the World Wide Web with a Text-Based Browser-Part One
Brandt, D. Scott, Computers in Libraries
I know, I know. If you teach about the Internet and are already using Mosaic, Netscape, or some other graphical Web browser, you are either skipping over this column, or wondering why anyone would waste energy teaching with text-based browsers instead of devoting that energy to upgrading to a graphical browser. But bear with me. If you think about it, you're more than likely to find yourself in the position of teaching about the Web to some of the many "have-nots" out there, and when you do, what I've got to say here will help you.
The fact of the matter is, a lot of people don't yet have access to the hardware and software to run graphical browsers. Sure, we've all heard the …
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Publication information: Article title: Teaching the World Wide Web with a Text-Based Browser-Part One. Contributors: Brandt, D. Scott - Author. Magazine title: Computers in Libraries. Volume: 15. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 1995. Page number: 49. © 2008 Information Today, Inc. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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