Ready to take your internet skills a bit farther? Use these exercises to stretch past just searching Google and get to the point where you can really find what you are looking for.
Advanced Internet Exercises
Exercise A: Search Engines and Online Forms
1. Search for Aer Lingus on Google
2. Choose the first link you see which is named Cheap Flights (aerlingus.com)
3. Then click on the contact link. Write down the phone # to call here in the U.S.
4. Afterwards click on the home link and find price tickets to Dublin. Choose the following:
- One way flight
- In the TO section, type : Dublin
- Choose any date
- Click the Book Now button
Exercise B: Address Bar & Links
1. On the address bar, type: mta.info
2. Click on the MAPS link
3. Click on the Individual Subway Line Maps link
4. Click on the letter N
5. Find the last stop of that subway line
Exercise C: Current Events, Pictures, and Copy/Paste
1. Using Google, find a top story (search News) OR find an image of a monkey (search images)
2. In a Word document, paste the picture OR the title of the news story and one sentence about the story.
Exercise D: Find directions
1. Use Google (Maps) to find public transportation directions from Queens Library to your home.
2. The library address is 89-11 Merrick blvd. Jamaica, NY 11432
Exercise E: Google Translate
1. Use Google translate to translate this “Explore los fundamentos de las computadoras” into English
Exercise F: Find a Job
1. Find a job posting for an Administrative Assistant in New York, New York on indeed.com
2. Show it to the instructor
Exercise G: Web Pages
1. Go to queenslibrary.org
2. Go to the Books page by clicking on this link: