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Harnessing the Internet


Anyone who has ever used the Internet knows how vast and confusing this electronic resource can be. Working in a public library, you most likely use the Internet daily, or you have customers who may ask you questions about the Internet. Sometimes you find the Internet very helpful and sometimes not so useful.

This tutorial is a basic introduction to the Internet as a reference resource for individuals who work in public libraries. When you have completed this class your Internet searching skills will improve and you will use the Internet more often as a reference resource.

This course is for 2 CE credits.


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how the Internet works.
  • Introduce the Internet as a useful reference resource
  • Improve your Internet searching skills
  • Learn the "best of the best" Internet sites or how to find them quickly


This course is self-directed and assessments are graded immediately upon completion.

course quick facts
course code DED4207
cost $59.00
estimated time to
complete course
3 Hours
course materials
90 Days

Helayna Haney has been providing professionals with high-quality training solutions for their certification and training requirements of since 1996. Her online course pedagogies include video, computer, and web-based trainings as well as e-books and practice exam simulators. She has taught a number of online courses in areas such as Harnessing the Internet.