We call the idea "Learning paths." You could also call it "Learn by definition." The idea is simply to read a series of definitions related to the same topic in sequence, one definition at a time, as a way to learn (or relearn).
1. Choose one of the subject categories listed below, such as "Learning Path: Basic Computer Concepts."
2. Clicking on it will take you to another page with words listed and intended to be read in the sequence presented, left to right.
3. Clicking on a word will take you to that definition. After you read that definition, simply press the BACK key at top left and return to the reading sequence list.
4. Proceed one at a time through each word in the list until you reach the end!
We're still improving the Learning Paths. As time goes by, they'll each get longer and we will add new Paths with more focused subject categories. In fact, we expect to be updating the Paths continuously.
Thanks for trying the idea out. Whether it works or doesn't work for you, please let us know.
Choose a Learning Path!
Learning Path: Basic Computer Concepts
Learning Path: Basic Network Concepts
Learning Path: Computer Details
Learning Path: CRM (customer relationship management)
Learning Path: Cyberculture
Learning Path: Cybers and Virtuals
Learning Path: E-Business
Learning Path: Electronics
Learning Path: Internet Ideas and Issues
Learning Path: Nanotechnology
Learning Path: Network and Web Site Administration
Learning Path: Network Infrastructure
Learning Path: New Technologies
Learning Path: Operating Systems and Applications
Learning Path: Programming
Learning Path: Security
Learning Path: Strange or Interesting Terms
Learning Path: Telephony and Wide Area Networks
Learning Path: Television and Cable TV
Learning Path: Transmission Methods
Learning Path: Using Your Computer
Learning Path: Well-known Standards and Organizations
Learning Path: Wireless and Cellular
Learning Path: Wires and Cables
This was last updated in September 2005
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