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Meet the iPhone/iTouch
 

Meet the iPhone/iTouch

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A presentation given by librarians at the University of Rochester Medical Center's Miner library....

A presentation given by librarians at the University of Rochester Medical Center's Miner library.
Provides a basic introduction to using the iPhone including settings, navigation, email, network access and using Safari.

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    Meet the iPhone/iTouch Meet the iPhone/iTouch Presentation Transcript

    • Meet the iPhoneTouch the iTouch
    • This is Final Friday – it’s fun!
      Care & feeding of the device
      • What do I need to know about this device?
      • On/off switch
      Settings
      • Connecting to Miner networks
      • Setting up mail & calendars
      Using Safari
      • Icons – what are those for?
      • Bookmarks
      Intro to Apps
      But above all, we want to learn from each other
    • 3
      Settings
      The Home button
      • returns you to the default screen and also allows you to exit an application.
      • In conjunction with the Sleep/Wake button (on the top right) it allows you to restart your device or turn it off completely.
      The Settings icon
      • allows you to set defaults for many operations and applications. It is usually found on your Home screen (the first screen on your device).
    • Settings Details
      4
      Airplane Mode
      • allows you to use your device while not connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or the 3G Network.
      Sounds
      • allows you to set default ringtones and sounds for various functions.
      General
      • See subsequent slides
      Mail, Contacts, Calendars
      • See subsequent slides
    • General
      5
      View details about your device
      • Find out About the content, storage and software
      • View your current Usage
      • Set the Auto-Lock timeout
      • Set a Passcode Lock
    • Mail, Contacts, Calendars
      6
      To set up your URMC email
      • Select Add Account
      • Select Microsoft Exchange
      • Enter your email address
      • Enter the mail server (mail.urmc.rochester.edu)
      • Enter the Domain (urmc-sh)
      • Enter your username and password
      • Make sure that Use SSL is ON
      • Explore the other Mail options to set message defaults
    • Wi-Fi
      7
      Your device may recognize other wireless networks and ask you to join.
      If it’s a secure network (identified by the padlock icon), you will need to login.
      Once you’ve joined a network, you may not need to login when you access that network again.
    • Security Tips
      • It is everyone’s responsibility to take steps to protect data
      • Set Auto-Lock option
      • Settings -> General -> Auto-Lock ->
      • Set to less than 10 mins
      • Use SSL in Mail settings
      • Mail, Calendar, Contacts -> Your account -> Account Info ->
      • Use SSL = ON
      • Don’t join random Networks
      8
    • Security Policies on URMC Intranet
      • 0S8 Use of Systems and Media Containing ePHI
      • Security of Portable Electronic Devices and Media
      • Checklist – Use of Systems & Media
      9
    • 10
      Safari: The Basics
    • Safari: Navigating Web Pages
      11
    • Safari: Using the Keyboard
      12
    • Safari: Bookmarking
      13
    • The New York Times as it appears on the Web
    • The New York Times App fits better into the IPhone/IPod Touch. It is so much easier to read!
    • Miner website as it appears on IPhone/IPod Touch. Currently, there is no mobile application for the website. Stay tuned, though – there should be one in the near future!
    • Some websites adjust automatically to the small screen. Our News & Tips blog is an example of that.
    • Downloading Apps to Your iPhone or Ipod
      Start by clicking on the icon for the Apps Store.
    • Apps are organized by category (you can scroll down to see more).
      Click on Music to download a music application.
    • From the Music list, I’ve selected Top Free. Click on Pandora to download the free Pandora app.
    • Information about the app will display. This sounds interesting – and it’s free –
      so I’ll click on FREE to download it.
      (Apps that are available for purchase have a BUY button.)
    • The, click INSTALL.
    • You’ll be prompted for your iTunes Password. Once you enter that…
    • Pandora will begin to load – and you’re ready to play.
    • If you decide you don’t want the app,
      simply hold your finger on the icon until it starts to jiggle. Then, click on the X to delete.
    • Questions?
      Contact Your LibrarianOr Call the Miner Library Reference Desk585.275.2487