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Designed to be a practical hands-on guide for helping learn how to use the Internet as a tool for research, finding valuable resources, career planning, and finding a job.
Provides learning activities where users apply their knowledge of Management to investigate how the Internet can be used as a powerful tool for communication and information access in their field. Provides over 100 management resources for helping users understand how the Internet is being used in business. Provides information on Internet communication -- listserv mailing lists, Usenet newsgroups, chat, and the Internet phone.
Designed to be a practical hands-on guide for helping management students learn how to use the Internet as a tool for research, finding valuable resources, career planning, and finding a job. The focus is on the practical application of the Internet to business management.
This guide teaches the management student about the Web, using two popular Internet browsers: Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. The author covers communication through listserv mailing lists, Usenet newsgroups, Internet Relay Chat (IRC), Internet phones, and videoconferencing. Students will master business research using search engines, directories, and Internet collections. Chapter 7 covers search directories and search engines, including Yahoo, Alta Vista, Excite, Infoseak, Magellan, and Open Text.