Contents Introduction What Can the Internet Do for You? What Are the Internet and the World Wide Web? Quick View: How Can I Use Graphical Access to the Internet? Using Netscape and Other Graphical Browsers Quick View: How Can I Use Text-Only Access to the Internet? Using Lynx and Other Text-Only Browsers 1. Finding Information on the Internet How the Internet WorksIn Brief How to Find the Information You Want Info Byte: Some Common Error Messages How to Judge the Reliability of Internet Information 2. How to Document Information from Electronic Sources Quick View: Modern Language Association (MLA) Author- Page Style MLA Style for Citing Electronic Sources Quick View: American Psychological Association (APA) Author-Date Style APA Style for Citing Electronic Sources Quick View: Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) Superscript System CMS Style for Citing Electronic Sources Quick View: Council of Biology Editors (CBE) Citation- Sequence System CBE Style for Citing Electronic Sources 3. Communicating on the Internet How to Communicate with E-Mail Virtual Communities: Listservs and Newsgroups Info Byte: Netiquette Virtual Communities: Real-Time Communication MUDs, MOOs, MUSHs, and WOOs File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Risks and Precautions 4. Finding Internships and Jobs on the Internet Sites to Search for Internships and Jobs Creating your Own Web Pages Sending Your Resume Electronically 5. Internet Resources Reference Material News and Media Books and Book Reviews Online Writing Centers People Finders Image Finders 6. Humanities on the Internet General and World Humanities Sites Art Museums Prehistory and Near Eastern Civilizations Aegean Civilizations: The Minoans, the Mycenaeans, and the Greeks of the Archaic Age Classical Greek Civilization: The Hellenic Age Classical Greek Civilization: The Hellenistic Age Roman Civilization: The Pre-Christian Centuries Judaism and the Rise of Christianity Late Roman Civilization The Successors of Rome: Byzantium, Islam, and the Early Medieval West The High Middle Ages: The Christian Centuries The Late Middle Ages: 1300-1500 The Early Renaissance: Return to Classical Roots, 1400-1494 The High Renaissance and Early Mannerism: 1494-1564 The Religious Reformations, Northern Humanism, the Northern Renaissance, and Late Mannerism: 1500-1603 The Baroque Age: Glamour and Grandiosity, 1600-1715 The Baroque Age II: Revolutions in Scientific and Political Thought, 1600-1715 The Age of Reason: 1700-1789 Revolution, Reaction, and Cultural Response: 1760-1830 The Triumph of the Bourgeoisie: 1830-1871 The Age of Early Modernism: 1871-1914 The Age of the Masses and the Zenith of Modernism: 1914-1945 The Age of Anxiety and Beyond: 1945- Internet Glossary IndexHodges, Jeffrey A. is the author of 'Mayfield Quick View Guide to the Internet for Students of the Humanities' with ISBN 9780767420761 and ISBN 0767420764.