The Semester 1 'Making the Most of the Internet' course finished on June 9. Our tutor Ian McLeod's internet knowledge has provided the basis for a great course, but he would like to 'regroup' before running another course. Ian's approach has been most engaging and he has left us with lots of ideas, handouts and Youtube links to follow up as lifelong learners. The final session included a presentation on the many features offered by Windows Club; an introduction to Windows 10; Open Office and Google Maps. Youtube videos drawn on during the session will continue to be available on 'Ian's Blog' to help us to continue to 'Make the Most of the Internet'. Thanks Ian for all your work!
About 'Making the most of the internet"
Offered initially in Semester 1, 2015, 'Making the Most of the Internet' may be offered again in Semester 2, 2016. A course for those who want to venture beyond the basics, 'Making the Most of the Internet' looks at the Internet (rather than dealing with hardware or software). The aim is to better understand what the internet can do by discussing topics such as Wikipedia, Metadata, Torrenting, Youtube, VPN, ISP, ADSL, NBN.
To be advised
Convenor and contact details
Ian McLeod 5762 0268