Navigating the Internet

Navigating the Internet
6 sessions • 12 hours

We will begin with a short introduction about how computers work and how files are organized on a computer. We’ll move on to explain and describe the internet, from what it is and how it functions to the tools and information available on it. Additional discussions focus on the concepts of browsers, search engines, email applications, and social media, and will include ways to keep safe while browsing, communicating, and shopping online.

Instructor: John Zeminski
Mr. John Zeminski, BA, M.A. Ed. has been teaching older adults to comfortably and efficiently use computers since his retirement from public education in 2014. An educator for more than 40 years, he devoted all of his time to instructing others on how to make the best use of available technology. He has experience working in an educational technical capacity for Carroll County Public Schools, Carroll County Community College, McDaniel College and the National Security Agency.

Navigating the Internet
ILR597 • 5-Digit Number: 19308
Thursdays • 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. • 4/30 – 6/4
Student Center (H Building) • H261
Tuition: $40 | Fee: $109 | Total: $149
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only