Online Readiness Questionnaire

 

Welcome—you are just a click away from beginning the Online Readiness questionnaire.  Learning online is a great way to learn but may not be the best choice for everyone.  After completing this short questionnaire, you will be given a score.  Use that score to interpret your online readiness.

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  1. I feel confident about my electronic e-mail skills, such as logging in and out of the account, sending and receiving mail, and attaching and downloading files.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree

  2. I have consistent and convenient access to a computer and the Internet; I have an appropriate backup plan in the event my computer or Internet access is unavailable.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree

  3. I feel confident expressing my ideas and questions in writing and have successfully done so using email, discussion boards, and/or chat rooms in the past.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree

  4. I have a computer that: is running Windows XP or Vista or OS 9 or higher; is equipped with a sound card; is capable of at least 1024 x 768 resolution; has a working printer; has a working DVD and/or CD-Rom drive; and has virus protection software such as McAfee or Norton.

    Yes No Don’t Know

  5. I feel confident working with files, such as creating, saving, and printing documents.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree

  6. I feel confident about using most of the tools in the web browser, such as navigating to the next or previous page, printing a web page, or bookmarking web pages.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree

  7. I feel confident about my Internet skills, such as using a search engine, identifying and downloading appropriate files, and installing new browser software.

    Strongly Agree Agree Neutral
    Disagree Strongly Disagree