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Tutorials

The Internet Society developed the series of tutorials on critical Internet technologies and policies.

What is available now

  • Shaping the Internet: History and Futures category image

    Shaping the Internet: History and Futures

    These tutorials provide an overview of Internet governance, touching on key areas such as its history, policy principles, actors and stakeholders, infrastructure, regulatory frameworks, multilingualism, cybersecurity, and others.

  • MANRS category image

    MANRS

    These tutorials provide an introduction to the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS), including the four Actions all network operators should implement to improve both the Internet’s routing security and their own network’s operational efficiency.

  • Your Digital Footprint Matters category image

    Your Digital Footprint Matters

    Your digital footprint paints a picture of who you are. Make sure it's accurate. Learn how in a few easy tutorials.

  • Manage Your Identity category image

    Manage Your Identity

    While none of us can control everything that’s known about us online, there are steps we can take to better understand our online identities and be empowered to share what we want, when we want.

  • Privacy category image

    Privacy

    This online tutorial is designed to help explain our policy brief: Privacy.

  • Human Rights category image

    Human Rights

    This online tutorial is designed to help explain our policy brief: The Internet and Human Rights.

  • Local Content category image

    Local Content

    This online tutorial is designed to help explain our policy brief: Local Content.

  • Network Neutrality category image

    Network Neutrality

    This online tutorial is designed to help explain our policy brief: Network Neutrality.

  • Combating Spam and Mobile Threats category image

    Combating Spam and Mobile Threats

    These online tutorials focus on the growing use of mobility to access the Internet, the risks of becoming infected by malware, spreading botnets, redirecting Internet traffic to malicious websites, hijacking cloud and hosting services and inserting spyware onto computers and handheld devices. 

  • Introduction to IPv6 category image

    Introduction to IPv6

    To assist in filling the knowledge gap, the Internet Society has developed these online tutorials to provide a brief primer for individuals who are interested in better understanding IPv6.

  • Wireless for Communities (W4C) – Networking Basics category image

    Wireless for Communities (W4C) – Networking Basics

    The vision of the Internet Society is simply stated as "the Internet is for everyone". To ensure that this vision is realized, the organization undertakes work in a number of areas to increase access to the Internet in developing and emerging economies.