LearnKey Training

IC³ GS5: Living Online Course

IC³ GS5: Living Online Course

IC³ GS5: Living Online Course

1 Sessions -
3 Hours of Interactive Training

In LearnKey's IC³ GS5: Living Online course students will learn about communicating and working within an online or networked environment. Topics such as networks, Internet, electronic communication, and more will be covered within this course. At the completion of this course students will be prepared to take the IC³ GS5: Living Online exam.

  • The IC³ GS5 courses have been split into three courses that will match the three exams. This course only focuses on the Living Online exam
  • Throughout the course there are opportunities to practice and reinforce what you have learned through quizzes and simulations that do not require you to leave the training
  • A project workbook to help you cement the concepts you’ll need to know and practice the skills you’ll need to demonstrate when taking the exam

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Session 1

Section A: Internet

  • The Internet Defined
  • Network Topologies
  • DNS and IP Addresses
  • Types of Domains
  • Data Size, Bandwidth, and Streaming

Section B: Navigation and Media Literacy

  • Web Navigation
  • Searching the Internet
  • Research Validity

Section C: Browser Functionality

  • HTML and CSS
  • Cookies and Cache
  • Plugins and Widgets
  • Add-ons and In-Browser Apps
  • Browsers and Breadcrumbs
  • Popups
  • Windows and Tabs
  • Bookmarks and Favorites

Section D: Rights and Usage

  • Intellectual Property
  • Copyrights and Fair Use
  • Software Licensing
  • Censorship and Filtering
  • Plagiarism

Section E: Email Clients

  • Email Applications
  • Email Etiquette: Replying
  • Email Etiquette: Cc vs. Bcc
  • Email Etiquette: Signatures and Headers
  • Email Etiquette: Spam and Junk Mail
  • Email History and Managment
  • Email Attachments
  • Contact Management

Section F: Calendaring

  • Events and Appointments
  • Sharing Calendars
  • Multiple Calendars
  • Subscribing to Calendars

Section G: Communication Methods

  • Communication Technologies
  • When to Email
  • When to Text
  • When to Instant Message
  • Phone and VoIP
  • Online Conferencing
  • Remote Computing

Section H: Digital Citizenship

  • Technology Changes
  • Digital Wellness
  • Digital Identity
  • Online Identity Management
  • Social Media
  • Internal vs. Open Media Sites
  • Blogs, Wikis, and Forums
  • Cyberbullying