Faculty: Attend the Apple Academy!

apple-logoOn Friday, April 25, 2014, Apple will be on campus all day to lead hands-on training, customized for USD faculty and geared toward acquiring and applying skills in iPad and Mac applications to enhance personal productivity and instruction.

Sign up to attend one, two, or three sessions on April 25:
Session 1: iPad Essentials 201
8:30am – 10:30am
Learn how to:
–Personalize your iPad to make it the optimum device for you
–Organize apps into folders and Home screens so that apps are arranged logically and easy to find
–Streamline content acquisition using Safari tools and Reading List
–Transfer files and content to and from the cloud and other devices
–Discover and download apps, including iBooks and iTunes U

Session 2: iBooks Authoring & Content Creation
10:45am – 12:45pm
Learn how to:
–Use the front- and rear-facing cameras to capture still images
–Edit, enhance, and add effects to images
–Find photos quickly and efficiently using the built-in asset repositories
–Storyboard, edit, and add audio and video effects
–Export and share movies and trailers
–Use and edit iBooks Author templates
–Have students use iBooks Author to gather and organize a content portfolio to demonstrate subject mastery
–Publish and distribute Multi-Touch books locally

Session 3: Mac Essentials 201
1:45pm – 3:45pm
Learn how to:
–Streamline content acquisition using Safari tools and Reading List
–Become a power user with the built-in apps, learn to take screen shots, create PDFs, and easily search for files
–Transfer files and content to and from the cloud and other devices
–Discover and download apps, including iBooks and iTunes U

All sessions take place in Serra 156A. We hope you can join us. Sign up today!

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