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Learn what options you have with your Apple ID including editing and sharing photos. Cloud services routinely back up their data so you should never lose your photos even if your own computer explodes. Discover how easy it is to manage your content and photos in the cloud. Any iOS device, including iPad or iPhone, preferably purchased within the last two years and the OS (operating system) updated to the most recent release. NOTE: Not a photography class but a photo management class.
This introductory course assumes little or no previous computer experience and teaches skills to get students up and running. It will familiarize the user with the basic operation of the Apple Macintosh operating system. Subjects covered include introducing the Mac interface, using and navigating with the mouse (click, double-click, and click and drag), using the keyboard, creating folders, organizing files, and introducing menus and buttons.
Each class is customized to the students’ needs.
Prerequisite: Mac for the Beginner (GDMA-3612) or equivalent experience (Some mouse, typing and navigational skills are needed for this course.)
This class is for the occasional user who wants to increase knowledge and skill on the Apple Macintosh operating system. Topics include creating and organizing folders and documents, organizing emails, customizing the dock, setting preferences; efficiently navigating the internet and organizing bookmarks; connecting accessories; creating data backups; troubleshooting basic problems; discovering self-help features such as search and find, online videos, help files, tutorials and much more.
Prerequisite: Macintosh Basics (GDMA-3575) or equivalent experience
This course will expand your basic Macintosh skills. Topics include basic maintenance, troubleshooting, backup strategies, disk repair and other tools to get the most out of your Mac. Learn tips and techniques to expand your computing skills. You also will learn how to increase the efficiency and security of your computer.
This course is designed for the PC user who has just switched to the Mac either at work or home, and wants to find out how to adapt old working habits to the Macintosh Operating System. Topics include navigating the Mac interface, translating from Windows to Mac (“Alt” = “Option” for example), setting preferences, and other tasks. This course is for an experienced computer user who wants to gain familiarity and hands-on experience with the Mac OS.
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Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
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