iPhone Basics Class
The iPhone Basics Class

Apple iPad and iPhone Seminars

Note: Registration is required for the two morning classes below. The Keynote class at noon is a drop-in. You can register here.

Note that the two Basics classes are each six weeks long and do not overlap.

Between the two, on March 18, will be an open class for asking general questions and explaining differences between iPhones and iPads. The schedules for the iPhone Basics and iPad Basics classes will be here.


iPhone Basics (L)
9:30-11 a.m., Feb. 5 to March 11 (six weeks), Eureka 106, NOTE date and room changes!

Team: Jennifer Kerr, Patty Quinn, Alex Ives, Melissa Green
RSiOSSeminar@gmail.com

Do you have an iPhone and want to learn how to use it? This six-week seminar will be taught by a team. We will be presenting a different topic each week, using hands-on demonstrations. Topics will include display and controls, gestures, making and receiving calls, Photos, Camera, 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. On March 18, there will be a session for questions and review, particularly on iPhone/iPad differences. Registration required here. The schedules for the iPhone Basics and iPad Basics classes are here.

iPad Basics (L)
9:30-11 a.m., April 1 to May 6 (six weeks), Eureka 106, NOTE date change

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. The schedules for the iPhone Basics and iPad Basics classes are here.


Apple Users Keynote Workshop (D)
12 to 12:45 p.m., ARC 3004

Judy Zimmerman

This workshop focuses on Keynote (Apple's version of PowerPoint for the PC). It is intended for both beginners and experienced Apple users alike. Each session briefly incorporates a different skill to help you discover how your Macs, iPhones, and iPads are powerful research tools that can also unleash your creative talents when incorporating the Keynote application. If time allows, other problem areas may be addressed. It's a great opportunity to work in small groups, or one-on-one, as we help each other with our various needs and current projects. This is a drop-in seminar. Feel free to bring your lunch.