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Microsoft Office Online Training – A self-paced training courses for MS Word, Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Visio, Publisher, etc., for versions 2003 and 2007.
Free Online Computer Lessons – This is a collection of various links to free computer lessons and tutorials available on the world wide web.
Accounting Coach – You will be introduced to some basic accounting principles and other accounting basics in an easy-to-understand format. Some of the basic accounting terms that you will learn in accounting basics are revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities, and the balance sheet. You will become familiar with accounting debits and credits by showing you how to record transactions. You will also see why two basic accounting principles, the revenue recognition principle and the matching principle, assure that a company’s income statement reports a company’s profitability.
Basic Accounting Supplement A brief discussion of the basic principles of accounting in pdf format.
Business Town – Basic Accounting – Learn the basic accounting steps you need to run your small business. Find out how to keep track of you finances using the standard accounting tools, balance sheet, income statement, depreciation and amortization.
Toolkit – Small Business Guide – Examine what’s involved in starting your own business, and assess whether self-employment is right for you; earn how to create a winning business plan; examine a wide variety of ways to get the money you need to start a business and more…
How To Guides for Starting and Running a Business – Resources on starting a business, money, management, marketing, sales, advertising, human resources, and technology from
RecipeSource – A collection of recipies organized into two major groups – recipes primarily identified with an ethnic cuisine are broken down by region and ethnic group, while other recipes are categorized by the type of dish.
Nutrition Data – Generates nutrition facts labels and provides simplified nutritional analyses for all foods and recipes.
Urban Aquaculture – This manual provides some basic knowledge about aquaculture. It tells you how to build two different aquaculture systems, a simple recalculating system and an aquaponic system. It also tells you how to maintain these systems and what to do if something goes wrong. Finally, it list”, some good places to find out more about aquaculture.
City Farming – This site contains internal links (located at the bottom of the page) about organic gardening, container gardening, composting and small farming.
Urban Gardening – This site is dedicated to those environmentally-conscious urban dwellers who want to create a green corner devoted to nature in their own home, or who want to support community-based gardening or agriculture projects in their neighborhood.
Sewing – A vast list of links to sewing sites.
Basics of Arc Welding – A correspondence course on Basic Welding Filler Metal Tecnology which includes lessons like the basics of arc welding, common electric arc welding processes and many more!
Contruction Technology – Introduces the materials processing system and technology and, more specifically, the construction technology dimension of it.
Paper-Making – Helps students apply materials processing technology in the production of a basic material – the paper.
Food Preservation, Textile Weaving, and Pottery – A set of modules for food preparation and preservation techniques, textile and its related processes, and pottery.
Bicycle Technology, Wind Power Generation, Electrical Wiring – A set of modules which helps students to design a cost-effective and workable solution to a local transportation need, to design wind power systems to pump water and to generate electricity, and to learn to respect the dangers of working with electricity, as well as the means of how to do simple wiring and applications.
Silk-Screen Printing – Helps students learn about the basic of silk-screen printing as practiced indigenously all over the world.
School Projects – Provides an ongoing series of linked schools projects (such as biofuels, pico turbine, low-tech radio, school garden, and more) catering for all levels and covering a wide range of subjects, with background and other resources provided online.
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