Video Professor - Teach Your Parents How to Use the Internet, Once and For All
paul.kholer at gmail.com
2007. Aug. 7., K, 23:39:01 CEST
*Teach Your Parents How to Use the Internet, Once and For All*
Do you wish you could email your mom, but she doesn't know how to register
for an email account, let alone use it? Does you father call you up puzzled
about how to simply get on the Web? You've probably tried to explain the
basics to your parents numerous times, but to no avail. Chances are they
grew frustrated and gave up before making any real progress. Undoubtedly,
you were frustrated as well. You may want to email your parent's pictures of
their grandchild or have them check out your online photo album. Maybe you
see an interesting website and wish you could give them the URL, but their
refusal to truly learn how to use the Internet renders these fun and
convenient exchanges impossible. We modern-day computer users rely on the
Internet as our primary source of contact. It's no wonder there's a
communication breakdown occurring between you and your "Internet unable"
parents. But go easy on your folks; they simply weren't raised in a time
were computers were such an integral part of the social network. In fact,
computers were probably hardly a part of life at all. First-time Internet
users need to learn as they do—through step-by-step, hands-on demonstrations
where they control the pace. Have your parents already tried your patience
with their repeated over-the-phone requests for impromptu lessons? Relax.
With Video Professor's self-paced Internet 2004 tutorial, you can let
seasoned professionals do the teaching for you.
So who are these professionals you're entrusting to teach your easily
overwhelmed folks how to use the Internet?* * Video Professor has been the
leader of the computer tutorial market since 1987, when CEO John W. Scherer
recognized the public's need for reliable computer learning resources. With
its current 80% penetration in the computer tutorial market, Video
Professor's success rate speaks for itself. Like your parents soon will,
Video Professor made a commitment to keep up with the changing times. That's
why Video Professor made the transition from VHS tape format to CD-Rom in
1996. Through donations and scholarships, Video Professor's even applies
some of its proceeds to helping the community learn new computer skills.
Your parent's would surely approve of that!
Now that you know who Video Professor is, you probably want to know more
about their products. Video Professor offers online and CD computer learning
programs for all aspects of computer use. The Internet 2004 Tutorial
specifically starts with a history of the Internet and goes on to cover
topics ranging from exploring and customizing the home page to downloading
files and graphics, while touching on every relevant topic in between. Your
parents might be able to teach *you * a thing or two once they've completed
Video Professor's tutorial use a learn-as-you-do teaching methods that
enables the student to follow along step by step, screen by screen, on his
on his or her own computer. In addition to these visual demonstrations—which
can be stop, started, skipped, or replayed at any time—the program's offer
clear and easy to follow vocal narrations. This comprehensive teaching
method appeals to all sorts of learners, from the visually oriented to the
audio learner, while catering to the tactile learner as well.
Can you think of a better Mother's Day or Father's Day gift for you parent?
Consider all that your parents will gain by being able to use the Internet.
They can research topics of interest when ever curiosity strikes. Their
retirement can be spent taking up new hobbies, such as electronic
scrapbooking or digital photography. Best of all, you mother and father's
newfound knowledge will improve communication between you and your parents.
Now you can share photos with your folks, send them a quick hello during
your lunch break, and even play games against each other from hundreds or
thousands of miles away.
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