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Free internet technologies courseware collections

Web workers, information technology professionals, database administrators and individuals wanting to learn more about Internet tools and resources can turn to open courseware to discover new Internet technologies and the skills needed to master them. By browsing through open courseware departments like technology, environmental engineering, and IT, students can learn from free-to-access courses that cover Internet technologies and services like online shopping, horizontal communication, Internet terminology, building relationships with the public through online designs and development, Web standards, Internet security, information technology and more. These courses benefit professionals who need to learn more about what the Internet can do for their business, as well as students wanting to prepare for or supplement traditional academic courses in information technology, Web design and development, systems administration, network management, and other fields.

This collection of courses features classes from The Open University, MIT and the University of Southern Queensland. Classes like Technology and Society; Internet Technologies; Protocols in Multi-Service Networks; and Internet Technology in Local and Global Communities teach students about the different aspects of Internet technologies, including the social, economic, and technical concepts surrounding the field. Open courseware allows students to access classes at any time and from any place, including work and home. Course materials, syllabi, and study materials are always available to the student so that he or she can complete the not-for-credit course on a flexible schedule.

  • Internet Technologies [The Open University] - This class serves as an introductory guide to shopping online, from eBay to credit card security.
  • Protocols in Multi-Service Networks [The Open University] - Classes in this course include horizontal communication, terminology and more.
  • Technology and Society [University of Southern Queensland] - This course benefits Web designers, developers, software engineers and other Internet workers who need to understand how to relate to the public through their work.