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  • The Brain vs. The Computer [ Kids/Teens ] - Compares the similarities and differences between a human brain and a computer.
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  • Computer Connections [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Contains lessons on hardware, software, and computer safety. Includes printable worksheets.
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  • The Computer Technology Documentation Project [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Contains a variety of guides on networking, security, hardware, operating systems, and programming languages.
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  • Computers Can Be a Real Pain [ Kids/Teens ] - Explains how to sit properly, type on a keyboard, and use a mouse correctly while working on a computer. Learn how to take breaks that are recommended by doctors.
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  • How Computers Work [ Kids/Teens ] - A guide that explains how a computer operates. Includes hardware, software, printing, the Internet, and a glossary of computer terms.
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  • How Stuff Works: Computers [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Contains a variety of information about hardware, the Internet, peripherals, security, and software.
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  • Jan's Illustrated Computer Literacy 101 [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Lessons covering input, processing, output, storage, word processors, spreadsheets, and the web.
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  • The Museum of Modern Technology [ Kids/Teens ] - A flash-based tutorial that covers operating systems, email, the web, and networks. Includes a quiz at the end of each lesson.
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  • Open Site - Computers [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Defines a variety of terms related to computers.
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  • Teach ICT for Students [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Contains lessons, games, worksheets, and tests for hardware and software topics.
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  • Teach Me Computers [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Includes lessons on computer types, input/output devices, storage, applications, and operating systems. Also explains how to avoid computer-related health problems.
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  • Wikibooks - Computers for Beginners [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - A wiki book that covers the basics of buying a computer, security, office programs, the Internet, multimedia, and networking.
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  • Wikipedia - Computers [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Covers the history of computers and how they operate.
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