Internet Education - Introduction @ Real Work Real Pay

If you feel like cyberspace is just as infinite and overwhelming as outer space, don't despair. With a little bit of learning you'll feel much more comfortable with this new interactive medium. There are literally thousands of training opportunities right here in the Twin Cities area, like the publication you're reading. Since its inception, the Twin Cities Internet Guide and Directory has been dedicated to helping you find the resources to make the most of your Internet experience.

First Things First
Internet education can come in many forms, and deciding which type of training is right for you is a matter of personal preference, what you need to learn, and how much money you're willing to spend. Below is a list of resources for online training, independent study courses, and more traditional classroom training to help you master the Web.

The first thing you need to do before choosing any training program is to decide what you need to know to make yourself happy. If you only want to follow your favorite sports team online you may not need to know anything about Transmission Communications Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) or Local Access Networks (LANs). Fortunately, Internet training that covers everything from computer basics to advanced programming is available.

Internet Education - Introduction (Part 1)
Internet Education - Offline Education (Part 2)
Internet Education - Online Education (Part 3)

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