"... as helpful to the knowledgeable Internet trainer who just has not had time to develop a polished look to their presentation as it will be to the person who has
to give their first presentation." -Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship
one- to three- hour workshop designed for trainers whose audience is not yet ready for hands-on Internet skills. A ready-made lecture - complete with handouts and overhead slides - that answers the questions "What is the Internet?" "What can it do?" "Why should I be interested in it?" "How do I get connected?" You can use it to prepare your own presentation to pre-Internet users, or you can take parts of it to use as the introductory segment of a program that goes beyond Internet basics. This book also contains a set of slides by another trainer who adapted Jaffe's slides for her audience of medical specialists. Her different approach will give you good ideas about how you can customize Jaffe's presentation to suit your needs. The accompanying disks (Macintosh and Windows) contain the lecture, handouts, and slides, so editing any part of this presentation is easy.
82 pages, Softbound, windows and Macintosh disks included, ISBN:1-882208-08-0