What is the Internet? The Internet is a service that is available on the computer to subscribers. The Internet opens up a whole new world of communication, information and entertainment. Millions of people all over the world use the Internet in a variety of ways, ranging from personal conversations to on-line shopping. Imagine life today without the convenience of the Internet. People would actually have to get up out of their comfortable chairs, get in their cars, and drive to the store, the library, the mall, or wherever they wanted to go. Due to the Internet, a student can sit in the comfort of his/her own easy chair and register for courses, taking online classes and enjoy the timeliness of email and chatroom. Furthermore, there is a myriad of amazing tasks that can be accomplished such as shopping, making reservations and much more.
First of all, most of the students in the Fullerton College must be familiar with the Webstar, which is an online registration and grading system for students at the Fullerton College. It is fast, reliable, and dependable. Students do not have to wait in line to add or to drop a class. This system has been in use for two years now. My friend Michelle, who works in Admissions and Records office, said that since this system has been used, complaints from students about registration have decreased. In addition, students not only can avoid the line, but sometimes they can get lucky to get in class by registering online when the class is full. For instance, there were many people trying to get in my English 100 class, but the class was already full. The professor couldnâ€™t take them all. He had to wait until next class to see who would not show up for the second time. However, there was a lady who didnâ€™t show up on the first day of class. Although her name was not on the list, the professor had to let her in because she got the documentation from the administration office, which showed that she was able to register online.