Apple’s Incredible iPad: What’s in it for You?

Apple’s Incredible iPad: What’s in it for You?
4 sessions, 8 hours 

Apple’s multi-functional iPad is revolutionizing personal computing and making information, communications, photographs, and music readily accessible to everyday folks whether they are on the go or on the sofa. And it’s so easy to use! This course introduces you to the iPad’s touch-screen technology that lets you expand and contract images and text on the screen (great for those of us with vision problems) and to easily navigate the product’s many functionalities. Learn to access the Internet, take and store high-quality photos, use GPS maps, keep contact lists, manage music files and so much more. You will also learn to access the Apple Store to download music and any of thousands of apps for use on the iPad, many of them for free. Whether you are considering purchasing an iPad, have already purchased one, or just want to know what all the hoopla is about, this class will be well worthwhile.

Instructor: Bill O’Neal has been teaching with ILR and designing its computer curriculum since 1998. He has thirty plus years’ experience at FCC where he has taught in various credit and continuing education programs. Prior to FCC, he was an adjunct in the Hood College Graduate program. Bill is retired from a 34-year career with the Federal Government in Information Management, where most recently he was a manager in the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick.

ILR649 Apple’s Incredible iPad: What’s in it for You?
4-Digit Number: 3991
Wed, 1pm-3pm, June 28– July 26
No Class: July 5
Location: Braddock Hall (B Building) /B103
Tuition: $33    Fee: $69    Total: $102
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only



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