I know how to get to a specific web page by typing the address into Open Location from the File menu.
I understand what an address can tell you about the source of the information and I know what to look for on a web page in trying to determine source, bias and date of information.
I have developed some technology tolerance. (When the computer crashes or freezes, I just start over.)
I can add bookmarks and save bookmarks.
I can open a set of bookmarks from the global shared folder or a disk.
I can print out information found on the Internet
I can copy text from the Internet into a ClarisWorks or other word processing document and then save it. (Respecting copyright laws.)
I can copy pictures from the Internet into a ClarisWorks or other paint or draw document and then save them. (Respecting copyright laws.)
I am familiar with the School System's Acceptable Use Policy.
how a student will log onto the Internet:
Method 1. Student will log in as an Internet User and a supervising adult will type in the password.
Method 2. The student will sign into the Network as usual by choosing his/her name from the AtEase list. The teacher will then launch Netscape for the student from another computer using Network Assistant.
I have reviewed guidelines for computer usage with my students.
I know how
to leave a computer stations ready for the next student or teacher. (Select
File quit to quit any open programs and then File quit at AtEase, or go
to AtEase, to go back to list of names.)