It is not necessary to have experience in Internet searching, or even to know where to locate search sites;
I will introduce you to an assortment of them in the next module.
If you have performed or attempted some Internet searching with a directory or a search site before taking this course,
we look forward to introducing some new resources and techniques to you.
You should, however, have a basic familiarity with the concepts and vocabulary of the Internet and be comfortable using a
Web browser program to open (or go to) specific Web site addresses (URLs), navigate through Web sites using links, and set bookmarks.
If you do not see the results you want from Google, it may be possible that their robots have not indexed your page.
In the next lesson, the requirements for this course will be discussed.