Visual Basic .NET Resources and Links
- Visual Basic
2008 Express Edition
- Get the free Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition here. If you can't
afford VB .NET or Visual Studio, this is the next-best thing. You can
do all of our NET course with this.
- The VB Zone (Intermediate
- This site is run by professional programer and web developer Kevin
Wilson. More of a resource site than a tutorial site. Links to quite
a few good NET sites.
C# .NET Resources and Links
- Some great tutorials and tips here for those learning C# .net. Great blog!
Learning Center (Beginner)
There's also a great Labs section. A well-written and thought-out site
that's highly recommended. One to Bookmark!
of the tutorials could be improved, but the quality is first-class.
A great layout, and very well designed site. Tutorials are ideal for
beginners. Well worth a visit.
(Beginner to Intermediate)
if you're just getting up and running. Even if you're not interested
(The Video and Audio sections are well worth your time.)
Microsoft Office Resources and Links
- Very original site layout. When you visit this site,
remember: it's a web page! Lots of tutorials, on a wide-range of subjects.
The MVP stands for Most Valuable Professional, so these good people
really know their stuff. Another one for your Bookmarks.
- A well-designed website from the University of Wisconsin
Eau Claire. This is not just a great site for Word tutorials (which
are first-class), but they have plenty of other online lessons, too:
Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Dreamweaver, and lots more. Definitely
one to bookmark.
Gulf Coast University (Beginner)
- A good set of Office tutorials here, aimed at beginners
to the subject. Well designed, and easy to follow. They also have Microsoft
Access, Excel, Powerpoint and Frontpage tutorials.
- Video Jug (Beginner)
- If you prefer to learn using videos then this site
has a huge range of lessons. Although the link above leads to Excel
tutorials, the site itself is well worth exploring.
IT training, Certification and Qualifications
- Some great information here about certificates. Not
just IT certificates, but everything from business to teaching qualifications.
General Tutorials, Tips and Info
help - MalekTips (
Beginner to Advanced)
- Tips and resources for all skill levels. Windows,
DOS, Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, electronic mail, the Internet,
digital cameras, HTML, Netscape, and more.
- Some great guides for Windows, the Internet in general,
and computer security. Can be a godsend if your PC is any trouble! Some
good database stuff, too. Highly recomended.
Beginner to Intermediate)
- Some great tutorials here, and lots of free PFDs to
download: Vista, Microsoft Word, Adobe Reader, and a whole lot more
- Directory site with tons of links to quality free
tutorials, on a wide-range of subjects. Has a ranking system where users
can vote for their favourite sites.
- Fancy learning how to type, without paying any money?
Some great online typing lessons here
- Focuses on understanding technology and how to work
things. A great layout, with tutorials easy to find. Well worth a visit.
Too Slow (
- An excellent resource for those of you with slow computers.
But well worth a visit for everyone, as there's some top tips and tutorials
Tutorials for Beginners (
- A decent little site for those wanting to get to grips
with the Python programming language.
- A great video site, here. Everything from Microsoft
Office to the ECDL. Well worth a visit.
- How to Draw and Paint (
- A really great site for all those who fancy learning
how to Draw or Paint. Not really a computer course, but they do have
a few lessons for ICT in ART. This site is especially good for those
teaching art to youngsters.
- After Hours Programming (
Beginner to Intermediate)
- Some great free courses here, if you're new to programming:
and Information Architecture. Excellent site!
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