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Apple iPad and iPhone Seminars

Note: Registration is required for the three morning classes below. You can do it here. The Noon Topics class is a drop-in, but online registration is strongly encouraged (to show we have the numbers to keep a big room!). Do it here. . The weekly schedule for Topics is below.


iPad Basics (L)
9:30-11 a.m., Feb. 6 to March 13 (six weeks), Eureka 107

Carol Dabrokwiak, Alex Ives
RSiOSSeminar@gmail.com

Learn how to take advantage of all the features on your iPad. This six-week seminar will teach you the basics: Settings, Control Center, Notifications, Contacts, Calendar, Safari, Notes, Maps, Photos and email. There will be time for hands-on practice and group discussion. This seminar is for beginners or anyone wanting to improve their iPad skills. Participants will need an Apple ID and password and have email set up on their device. Registration required here.


iPhone Basics (L)
9:30-11 a.m., Feb. 6 to March 13 (six weeks), Eureka 101

Stan Todd, Karen Roseland, Fred Johansen
RSiOSSeminar@gmail.com

Do you have an iPhone and want to learn how to use it? The seminar will help you master the basics by demonstrations and hands-on participation. Topics will include display and controls, gestures, making and receiving calls, Photos, Camera, Photo Sharing, iCloud, Notifications, Messaging, Calendar, Contacts, Voicemail, FaceTime and iTunes. No experience needed, but participants should have an Apple ID and password and have email set up on their iPhone. Participants will apply their learning from co-leader presentations through hands-on practice during the seminar. Registration required here.


iPad/iPhone Lab (L)
9:30 to 11 a.m., March 20 to May 1 (six weeks), Eureka 101

Alex Ives, Pat Crippen
RSiOSSeminar@gmail.com

If you can handle basic applications on your iPad or iPhone, but want to learn more on your own and share it with others, you're ready to join our collaborative learning seminar. All participants suggest topics and learn hands-on from each other in an informal setting. Participants select what they want to work on, which may include Pages, Keynote, Photos, etc., and learn together. This is a participant-based, not leader-based seminar. Some iOS (iPad or iPhone) experience is helpful. Registration is required here.


iPad and iPhone Topics (L)
12 to 12:45 p.m., Mariposa 1000

Jennifer Kerr, Mary Euretig, Karen Martin
RSiOSSeminar@gmail.com

You can handle basic stuff on your iPad or iPhone, but want to know more, even about features you don't even know exist. You're ready to join our collaborative learning seminar. Participants (that means you!) suggest topics and make presentations, working together in teams. No one is an expert, particularly in 45 minutes! You will get ideas and suggestions about apps, settings and tricks (look for a Hot Tip each week!) that soon will become part of your Apple life. Some iOS (iPad or iPhone) experience is helpful. This is a drop-in class, but registration is required here.


For more information on the weekly schedule and notes on past subjects covered in Noon Topics, see the Topics Website and the Calendar below.