Scroll Bar: This is used to move up or down on the web page.
The Browser Toolbar To go forward one page To go to the home page To find a word on that page To print that page To stop a page from loading To move backward one page To open a dialog box to type a URL
A browser “reads” the WWW pages, which are written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and converts them into a readable form.
To look at an example of HTML , click the VIEW menu at the top of a browser screen. This brings down a sub-menu screen. Click on SOURCE. After viewing, click on X (the close screen button) to close the source box.
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Connecting to the Internet Once you log on to a computer on campus, click on the BIG blue “E” to connect to the Microsoft Explorer browser.
Sullivan University Library’s Web Page In the address box of the Microsoft Explorer Browser: Type library.sullivan.edu / and click the Go button. (The Microsoft Explorer version in the Computer Lab automatically assumes that http:// is in front of the rest of the address so http:// library.sullivan.edu does not have to be typed in.)
The Library’s Home Page http://library.sullivan.edu
Features of the Sullivan University Electronic Library: Online Catalog: Books, audiotapes, and videotapes available on Sullivan University campuses. Databases: Databases available to Sullivan University students Reference Center: Tutorials, research guides, and periodical information Archives: Class pictures, commencement programs, and copies of old Heralds. CSS: Materials and information needed for the library component of College Success Skills class. Library Services: Services offered by the library, including Ask A Librarian.
As mentioned earlier, you will not find every single web site on a topic using search engines.
There is an Invisible Web (also known as the Hidden Web) that contains web sites not found using typical search engines. Some of these web sites are found using specialized web databases. Click here for more information about the Invisible Web.
Using OR specifies that the sites found must contain at least one of your keywords.
It does not have to contain both of the keywords .
“ OR” The Pink shaded area would be your results, includes all of the sites that contain the words Pepsi or Coca-Cola, either separately or together. If you are looking for information about Pepsi or Coca-Cola . Your search would be: PEPSI OR COCA-COLA Pepsi Coca-Cola
Using NOT between two search words indicates that you are looking for the first word but not the second word.
“ NOT” If you are looking for information on desserts , but don’t want information about pies . Your search would be: desserts NOT pies Desserts Pies Your results would be in the yellow-shaded area only . You only want information related to desserts, not pies. Click here to return to the Internet presentation