Computers Pose Important Social Questions Technology Is a Part of God's Creation Introduction Computer Dilemmas Computers are Everywhere Introduction

How to Read This Web book

This text is called a Web book because it is read using a Web browser such as

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer or
  • Firefox

Print the checklist for each chapter to use as a notes and study guide for the content of each chapter.

To return to the previous page or to advance to the next page, click the Previous Page and Next Page buttons located in the upper right corner. These are the buttons you will use most often.

Locate the chapter-navigation buttons in the uppermost right corner, just below the words Being Fluent & Faithful in a Digital World. Click these to move immediately to the corresponding chapter. The first button, which portrays an upward-pointing arrow, takes you to the title page of this Web book.

Next, locate the menu bar on the left side of this page. To move to a specific page within a chapter section, click the corresponding link.

When you are ready to begin, click the Next Page arrow located in the upper right corner.

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