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G046 Lecture 05 Task E Briefing Notes Mr C Johnston ICT Teacher www.computechedu.co.uk
Objectives Know hardware and software required to connect to the internet, Know how to install and configure communications software, Know how to setup email clients to send, receive and manage emails.
Task E Overview Task E requires you to produce a user manual for somebody to use to get connected to the internet. It needs to cover: The hardware, software and information requirements, Instructions on how to install a range of communications software, Instructions on how to configure web browsing software, Instructions on how to configure email clients to be able to send, receive and handle emails.
Developing Websites Hardware, software and Information needed to connect to the internet include Computer with OS, screen, keyboard and pointing device Printer for printing information found ISP Account Credentials Web Cam Email Client The first part of task e requires you to explain the use of each piece of hardware, software and information required to connected to the internet. Chat Client Web Browser FTP Client Modem or Router Email Account Credentials Connection Information
Install Communication Software The next part of your guide requires you to show step by step how to install and configure a range of communication software. You can choose from: Browser software Email clients FTP clients Chat clients Installation packages will be available in resources or on CD for you to use, At least one piece of software overall should be installed but do not install more that one from each category – that would be too much.
Configure Browser Software The next part of your guide requires you to show step by step how to make configuration changes to web browsing software. You will need to do at least 2 changes from: Add pages to favourites/bookmarks, Configure the home page, Alter settings such as display and security. For higher marks each change needs to be fully explained in terms of purpose, functionality and how it assists the user.
Configure Email Clients The next part of your guide requires you to show step by step how to configure an email client to be able to send, receive and handle email: Your guide will need to cover: Adding accounts to email clients by configuring settings such as: username, password, pop3 server address (incoming mail) and SMTP server address (outgoing mail), exchange server address, Demonstrate basic email handling – send, receive, creation of address books, creation of file structures, how to manually file mail into different folders, Demonstrate automatic email handling – auto filters into specific folders. A sheet with the school POP3 and SMTP server addresses will be available from your teacher.