DATE: September 2002
SUBJECT: Internet Workshops
ESRA – English Speaking Residents Association
“Volunteering Together for the Community”
PO Box 5816, Herzliya 46157
Tel Aviv, Israel – What is the “web”? Everyone is talking “Internet”. Do you feel left out? ESRA-Tel Aviv (English Speaking Residents Association) is offering you a chance to get some answers in two different programs on the Internet presented by Lorelle VanFossen, veteran Internet user and web page designer. The first workshop will be about the basics of the Internet on Thursday, October 31, 2002, at the Women’s League Building in Tel Aviv, from 10:00 to 1200.
This program will cover the basics of the Internet including the history and development as well as how it works. Participants will learn about links and how they connect information, how to find things, how to search, and what a search engine is and how it can help you.
The second program will be a three hour workshop on Wednesday, November 20, 2002, from 19:00 to 22:00 at a private home in North Tel Aviv. This program is designed for those with some familiarity with the Internet and will offer a variety of tips and tricks for learning how to make the Internet more “user friendly”, to make the process faster, how to use the search engines, how to maximize your search efforts, and how to get the information you want and need. There will also be tips for shopping on the Internet.
Lorelle VanFossen is a popular ESRA presenter, and her programs usually sell out quickly, so register for either or both programs as soon as possible with Stella at 03-629-3936. Lorelle and her husband, Brent, are also professional nature photographers and writers and their web site, www.cameraontheroad.com, is now one of the largest personal web sites on the Internet with more than 400 articles. They travel all over the world and stay in touch through email and the Internet.
For more information on ESRA and ESRA programs, contact us at 09-958-6932.
For more information on who the VanFossens are and what are they doing as they take their camera on the road, visit their Doing Zone.