All Info: Computers
- How do I back up my computer?
- Is it better to turn off your computer when you’re not using it, or leave it on all the time?
- Should I use my personal email account for highway business?
- Stop New York Invasives - smartphone application
Can a PC Help You? (CM019)
University of Kansas (30 minutes)
A four-part presentation of general information about personal computers, software, hardware, and examples of applications.
Suggested audience: those with little or no PC knowledge or experience.
Discovering the Internet© (CM303)
Learn PC (1 hour)
The basics of navigating the Internet: finding an Internet service provider, searching the net, sending e-mail, accessing newsgroups, and more.
Suggested audience: newcomers to the Internet and those looking to start.
EMS: Equipment Management Systems (CM027)
FHWA (18 minutes)
How to control fleet vehicle costs; advantages of systematic management of equipment resources by using a computerized process; benefits of an EMS; and the elements of an EMS. Useful information even if you are not yet computerized.
Suggested audience: highway, public works, and municipal officials.
How to Avoid the 29 Biggest Computer Mistakes© (CM199)
Positive Response Marketing (30 minutes)
How to choose the right hardware, software, and floppy discs; how to back up files; resources for further support; and more.
Suggested audience: beginning PC users.
Using Email on the Internet© (CM277)
Learn PC (51 minutes)
Grasp the basics of email; what it is and how it works. Tour some typical email screens and become familiar with the various functions and user interfaces. Using popular email systems, along with step-by-step instructions, you’ll be able to compose, address and send a message, pick up or reply to one sent to you, and add an attachment or insert a file.
Suggested audience: anyone wanting to learn the basics of electronic mail.