USING THE INTERNET rev - Click on the Q drive. It will open...

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USING THE INTERNET We will be using Internet access and the “Q” drive. This is a within-school, read-only drive, where I will put various items for you to use. You cannot access the “Q” drive from your home computer. However, you can copy the items from the “Q” drive to your floppy disc, and then work at home (see below). You can also use this same method when working in the computer lab to carry the items on the “Q” drive to the machines with Internet access. School computers in the computer lab have the “Q” drive on some machines, and Internet access on others. Computer classrooms have both on the same machines. When we are using the Internet, first we click on the icon (little picture) that says Internet and email. This, starts the Internet connection. From the computers in school that have Internet access, (computer classrooms), you will click on the icon that says my computer . It will show you a number of possibilities.
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Unformatted text preview: Click on the Q drive. It will open up, and you will see a number of different folders. Click on the one that says Behavioral Science. Then click on the one that says pgoldentyer. Then click on the folder for Psych101. In this folder you will find assignments and references for this class. When the assignment is for the Internet , you may see that some names are in another color, usually blue. These are links , and when you click on them, if you have started Netscape (the icon for the Internet connection), you will be connected directly to the website you are seeking. In the computer lab, or if you want to work from home, you will first have to use a school computer, because the Q drive is only accessible in school. You can find the URLs (the addresses for the websites), by holding the pointer over the link, but not clicking. You can also copy the items onto your own disc. Save as HTML ....
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