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									                      CIW Foundations Course #1:
                      Basic Internet Business Fundamentals (1BIBF)

Basic Internet Business Fundamentals is a one-day class that teaches new users to access the Internet and its vast
resources. Students will learn to use the Internet for e-mail, the World Wide Web, newsgroups, Gopher, Veronica,
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and Telnet. Students will gain experience using the most popular Internet browsers:
Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Students will also learn about business on the Internet, and
how business research can help companies gain market intelligence.

Topics
Overview of the Internet                                Search Engines
Internet History                                        Search Engines
How the Internet Works                                  Searching for People Information
Clients and Servers on the Internet                     Searching for Mailing Lists
Connecting to the Internet                              Searching for Newsgroups
Internet Protocols                                      Searching FTP Servers with Archie
Domain Name System (DNS)                                Veronica
Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
                                                        Searching to Gain Market Intelligence
Browsing the World Wide Web                             What Is Market Intelligence?
Introduction                                            What Is on the Web for Market Intelligence?
Web Page Viewing                                        Locating Industry Overview Data
Web Browser Comparison – Netscape/Microsoft             Company Directories
                                                        Obtaining Information on Regulations that Impact an
Electronic Mail (E-mail)                                  Industry
Sending and Receiving E-mail                            Push Technology
Netscape Messenger E-mail Basics                        Visitor Tracking
Microsoft Outlook Express E-mail Basics
Eudora E-mail Basics                                    Internet Technology
Netiquette                                              Internet Protocols
E-mail Signatures                                       Shareware and Freeware
E-mail Privacy                                          Shell Accounts
File Attachments                                        Domains
Mailing Lists                                           File Compression
                                                        Newsgroup Categories
Using FTP, Newsgroups, Gopher, and Telnet               Search Engines
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)                            Resources on the Internet
Accessing and Downloading FTP Files                     Popular FTP Servers
Newsgroup Articles
Usenet News
Gopher
Telnet



Target Audience                                         Job Responsibilities
All professionals that interface with the Internet.     Understand the common core of Internet
Information in this course is required for all levels   knowledge, and apply the foundation skills required
of specialization in the CIW program.                   for further specialization.

Prerequisites
No experience using the Internet is necessary. An understanding of Microsoft Windows or Windows 95 is required.
                      CIW Foundations Course #2:
                      Advanced Internet Business Fundamentals (1AIBF)

Advanced Internet Business Fundamentals is a one-day class that teaches students how to access the Internet and the
World Wide Web using a Web browser as a general-purpose Internet application. Students will gain experience
configuring both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer to access rich multimedia data and objects as
well as Java, Shockwave, and ActiveX content. Students will use a variety of Web-based search engines to conduct
advanced searches and learn the basics of project leadership, security, and e-business solutions.

Topics
Advanced Web Concepts and                Accessing Business Resources              Objects, Plug-Ins, and Viewers
  Browser Customization                  on the Internet                           Objects and Active Content
World Wide Web History                   Commercial Internet Resources             Java, Java Applets, JavaScript, JScript,
Technical Issues                         Online Newspapers                           ActiveX, and VBScript
Client/Server Model on the Web           Financial Markets                         Objects and Security Issues
Customizing Your Browser                 Exchange Rates                            Plug-in Technology
Fonts                                    Mortgage Calculators                      Plug-in Installation
Home Pages                               Travel                                    Browser Plug-Ins and Players
History Folders                          Online Libraries                          RealNetworks RealPlayer
Bookmarks and Favorites                  Online Encyclopedias                      Macromedia Shockwave and Flash
Loading Images                           Online Yellow Pages                       Apple QuickTime
                                         Government Internet Resources             Cosmo Player for Virtual Reality
Security and the Web                     U.S. Patent and Trademark Office             Modeling Languages (VRML)
Cookies                                  U.S. Copyright Office                     Viewers
Sending Secure Data over the Web         Legislative Information on the Internet   Adobe Acrobat Reader
Authentication                           Securities and Exchange Commission        Miscellaneous File Formats
Digital Certificates                       (SEC)
Configuring Browser Security                                                       Electronic Commerce
Encryption                                                                            Fundamentals
Viruses                                                                            Electronic Commerce Definition
Firewalls                                                                          Electronic vs. Traditional Commerce
                                                                                   Types of Electronic Commerce
Advanced Search Techniques                                                         Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Boolean Operators                                                                  Secure Electronic Transactions (SET)
Advanced AltaVista Searches                                                        Advantages of Electronic Commerce
Advanced Excite Searches                                                           Issues in Electronic Commerce
Lycos Pro Searches                                                                 Copyright Laws and the Internet
Graphic Search Engines                                                             Elements of a Successful Storefront
                                                                                   Solutions
                                                                                   Hardware and Software Basics



Target Audience                                           Job Responsibilities
All professionals that interface with the Internet.       Understand the common core of Internet
Information in this course is required for all levels     knowledge, and apply the foundation skills required
of specialization in the CIW program.                     for further specialization.

Prerequisites
Students must have completed Basic Internet Business Fundamentals or have equivalent Internet knowledge.
                      CIW Foundations Course #3:
                      HTML Fundamentals (1HTMLF)

HTML Fundamentals is a one-day class designed to teach basic through intermediate concepts in Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML) authoring, including forms, complex table design, graphic elements, and client-side image maps.
Students will design interlinking pages that incorporate, in practical applications, a wide range of HTML tags and
attributes.

Topics
Introduction to HTML                                    Hyperlinks
What is HTML?                                           Understanding Links
Web Browsers                                            Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Who Controls HTML?                                      Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
Why Not Use an HTML Editor?                             Anchor Tags
                                                        Using Images as Links
Creating HTML Pages                                     Creating Internal Links
Markup Tags
Document Structure Tags                                 Creating HTML Tables
Paragraph Formatting and Block-level Elements           Introduction to Tables
Text-level Elements                                     Alignment Options
Lists                                                   Changing Height and Width of Table Elements
Adding Hidden Comments                                  Column and Row Spanning
Good Coding Practices
                                                        Creating HTML Forms
Incorporating Graphical Elements                        Overview of Forms
Adding Horizontal Ruling Lines                          The <FORM> Tag
Attributes                                              Individual Form Elements
Incorporating Images Into Pages
Special Characters                                      Image Maps
Page Colors and Backgrounds                             Image Maps
Specifying Font Information                             Defining Client-side Image Maps



Target Audience                                         Job Responsibilities
All professionals that interface with the Internet.     Understand the common core of Internet
Information in this course is required for all levels   knowledge, and apply the foundation skills required
of specialization in the CIW program.                   for further specialization.

Prerequisites
Students must have completed Basic Internet Business Fundamentals and Advanced Internet Business
Fundamentals or have equivalent Internet knowledge.

								
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