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Southern York County School District. Internet and Social Media Basics. About Your Instructor. Kellin McCullough – kellin.mccullough@sycsd.org Business Teacher at Susquehannock High School – 5 Years Entrepreneurship Computer Applications Finance Sports Marketing

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Southern york county school district

Southern York County School District

Internet and Social Media Basics


About your instructor
About Your Instructor

  • Kellin McCullough – kellin.mccullough@sycsd.org

  • Business Teacher at Susquehannock High School – 5 Years

    • Entrepreneurship

    • Computer Applications

    • Finance

    • Sports Marketing

    • Retail/Fashion Marketing

  • Extracurricular Activities

    • Student Council Advisor

    • FBLA Advisor

    • Community Education Teacher for 4 Years


  • Course outline
    Course Outline

    • October 15 – Internet Basics

    • October 22 –Social Media & Facebook

    • October 29 – Twitter

    • November 5 – Blogging & Pinterest

    • November 12 – Social Bookmarking & Other Tools


    Course website survey
    Course Website & Survey

    http://mcculloughcommunityeducation.wikispaces.com/

    Survey – Where are you?


    What is the internet
    What is the Internet?

    • The largest computer network in the world, connecting millions of computers.

    • Internet vs. World Wide Web

      • The internet is the physical network of computers all over the world.

      • The World Wide Web is a virtual network of web sites connected by hyperlinks (or "links").

      • Web sites are stored on servers on the internet, so the World Wide Web is a part of the internet.


    Did you know
    Did You Know?

    • The foundation of the internet began in 1969, when the US Department of Defense created ARPAnet, a project to allow military personnel to communicate with each other in an emergency.

    • By 2011, the number of internet users worldwide reached 2.2 billion—about one third of the world's population.

    • To store all of the information on the internet, you would need over 1 billion DVDs or 200 million Blu-ray discs.


    How do i connect to the internet
    How Do I Connect to the Internet?

    • Dial-Up – connects to existing phone lines

    • DSL – connects through phone line, but does not require service (always on)

    • Cable – use cable connection

    • Satellite – uses satellites to connect (rain and snow affect)

    • 3G & 4G – Mobile phones, tablets, wireless


    Your internet browser
    Your Internet Browser

    • A web browser is the tool that you use to access the World Wide Web

      • Internet Explorer

      • Firefox

      • Safari

      • Google Chrome

      • Opera


    Browser components
    Browser Components

    • Address Bar

    • Links

    • Navigation Buttons

    • Search Bar

    • Bookmarks

    • Browsing History

    Let’s Take a Look



    Types of websites
    Types of Websites

    • Commercial Sites

    • Organization

    • News Site

    • Blog

    • Wiki

    • School

    • Scholarly Site

    • Databases

    • Forum

    • Question and Answer

    So Where Do You Find the Best Information?




    Search methods
    Search Methods

    • Using Keywords

      • Main ideas, phrases, concept

      • Use unique terms and synonyms

      • Quotations identify a phrase

  • Using Boolean Logic

    • And/Or/Not

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