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Pre-Evaluation: E-mail

Page history last edited by Karen 11 years, 4 months ago

Use this self-test to help you assess the areas of e-mail competencies on which to focus your learning efforts.  Following each question you will find a link to the section of the wiki that specifically addresses that competency.

 

Are you able to:

 

1. Send an e-mail to someone in your e-mail address book, also sending a copy of the e-mail to another friend or colleague, and attach a document and a photo to the message?

 

   If not, take a look at:Core E-mail , Section A-1

 

2. Describe a blind copy, or Bcc, with regard to e-mail, and how and why you might send one?

 

   If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Section A-6 

 

3.. Identify the username in the following e-mail address?  Identify the service provider?    

 

                     john.doe@iowatelecom.com

 

    If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Section A-2 

 

4. Subscribe to an e-mail list, such as iowalib or fiction_L

 

     If not, take a look at: Core E-mail , Section A-3 

 

5. Create an account with:

        Hotmail

        Gmail

        Yahoo

 

   If not, take a look at:   Core E-mail , Section A-9

 

6. Open an attachment you receive in an e-mail, and save the attachment on your computer?

 

  If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Sections A-5, A-1 

 

7.  Create a new contact in your e-mail address book, and create a list of people in your contact book, so you can send a message to that group of contacts, rather than entering each address in the "To:" field?

 

   If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Section A-7 

 

8. Create a new folder to organize your messages, and move an e-mail message into a folder?

 

   If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Section A-8

 

9. Create, accept and set recurring appointments in the calendar, as well as set up reminders for appointments?

 

      If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Sections B-1 and B-2

 

10. Schedule a meeting and invites attendees in the calendar?

 

     If not, take a look at:  Core E-mail , Section B-3

         

 11. Create a task list?

      If not, take a look at:   Core E-mail , Section B-4

 

 

 

 

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