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iPad Basics - iOS7
Revised 10-11-13
Saturday, October 12, 13
Anatomy

Saturday, October 12, 13
Commonalities
To open an app, simply tap on the icon. To
minimize the app, press the home button. To fully
close the app, ...
Control Center
Swipe up from bottom of screen with one or more fingers to activate.
Turn On/Off 
Lock Rotation
Bluetooth
A...
Multitasking Gestures
Swipe left or right with four fingers to switch between
open apps (must be in an app to activate).
S...
Multitasking Window
The multitasking window allows you to
quickly swap between recently opened
apps. Double click on the h...
Closing Apps
While having apps open in
multitasking can be handy, it is a
good idea to close running apps out
occasionally...
Orientation and Mute
Open Settings, tap General, and find Use
Side Switch. Choose Lock Screen if you
want the switch to lo...
Move and Delete Apps

You can move the icons around on your
iPad and delete apps you no longer use.
Hold your finger on an...
Customizing Dock
The dock at the bottom of the screen can hold
your most used applications or folders. While
moving apps a...
Making Folders
Folders allow you to group similar apps together to
save screen space. While organizing your apps, drag
one...
Creating Web Clips

You can add a new app icon for any website to
your home screen. While browsing in safari, tap
the up a...
Favorites Bar

Safari on the iPad comes with a Favorites
Bar that you can use to quickly access your
favorite web pages.
T...
Bookmarking

T the up arrow, then select Bookmark.
ap
Decide whether to store on Favorites Bar or
in Bookmarks, which will...
Avoiding Clutter with Reader
If you see an icon to the left of a web
address that looks like lines on a page, that
means t...
Save Safari Images

While browsing Safari you can save
images you like. T and hold an
ap
image until a pop-up appears. Cho...
T
aking a Screenshot

To take a screenshot, just press the
Home button and the Sleep/Wake
button at the same time.
The iPa...
Spotlight Search Feature

Drag down the middle of any home screen to
reveal the Spotlight Search.
Type the name of the son...
Security Settings

Restrictions provide a password
protected ability to lock down certain
features on an iPad. They may be...
Speak Selection
Want to have text read aloud? Speak Selection
will read text to you. Press your finger down,
release when ...
Guided Access
Guided Access allows you to 'lock down' a
student into working only in one application. To
use:
Settings / G...
Magnify

T and hold your finger on some
ap
text to bring up a magnifying glass.
Drag to move the magnifying glass
around a...
Cut/Copy/Paste
T the insertion point to display
ap
selection options or double-tap a
word to select it. Drag the blue grab...
Split Keyboard
Typing while holding the iPad can
be awkward. To split the keyboard,
place both your thumbs in the center
o...
iBooks and PDFs

You can open PDF documents, such as a
PDF attached to an email, with iBooks.
When you view a PDF email at...
Using Graphic Organizers
Find the QR Code reader app on your
iPad. (suggest: i-nigma) Scan the code or
type the following ...
Customizing Wallpaper
T the Settings app and then select Wallpapers &
ap
Brightness. Choose Wallpaper. At the top of the
p...
Typing Tips
Double tap the space bar to automatically add a period and space to the end of a sentence.
You can hold down s...
Restarting Properly
Pressing the Sleep/Wake button once puts the iPad in
a sleep mode, wake it by pressing the home button...
Evaluating Apps
What to Look For - Business model, cost, in-app purchases,
advertisements, ease of use, learning curve, in...
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  1. 1. iPad Basics - iOS7 Revised 10-11-13 Saturday, October 12, 13
  2. 2. Anatomy Saturday, October 12, 13
  3. 3. Commonalities To open an app, simply tap on the icon. To minimize the app, press the home button. To fully close the app, double press the home button (or swipe up from the top of the dock with four fingers), then flick the app off the top of the screen. Many apps have common symbols that perform specific tasks, just like icons in Microsoft Office applications. Knowing these symbols will help you acclimate to new apps. Saturday, October 12, 13 Home Button
  4. 4. Control Center Swipe up from bottom of screen with one or more fingers to activate. Turn On/Off Lock Rotation Bluetooth Airplane Mode or Mute Turn On/Off Do Not Disturb Wireless Access Clock Music Controls Access Camera Volume Saturday, October 12, 13 File Transfer Use for Reflector Screen Brightness
  5. 5. Multitasking Gestures Swipe left or right with four fingers to switch between open apps (must be in an app to activate). Slide up with four fingers from the bottom of the screen/ TOP of the dock to reveal the multitasking bar. Pinch five fingers together to return to the home screen. If you find that you use these gestures accidentally, you can turn them off. Open settings, tap general, and turn off multitasking. Saturday, October 12, 13
  6. 6. Multitasking Window The multitasking window allows you to quickly swap between recently opened apps. Double click on the home button or swipe up from the top of the dock with four fingers to activate. This reveals the most recently opened apps. Push or flick the app preview window to the top of the screen to close the app. Saturday, October 12, 13
  7. 7. Closing Apps While having apps open in multitasking can be handy, it is a good idea to close running apps out occasionally. To close apps, double tap the home button or swipe up from the top of the dock with four fingers to open the Multitasking Window. Flick app images to the top of the screen to close running apps. Saturday, October 12, 13
  8. 8. Orientation and Mute Open Settings, tap General, and find Use Side Switch. Choose Lock Screen if you want the switch to lock the rotation, or Mute if you want the switch to make the iPad silent. You can easily access the mute (or lock rotation) option from the Control Center. The selection NOT set for the switch will appear in the Control Center. Saturday, October 12, 13
  9. 9. Move and Delete Apps You can move the icons around on your iPad and delete apps you no longer use. Hold your finger on any icon for a few seconds and they will all start to shake. You can now drag them around to rearrange. T the x to delete the app. ap You can also move apps to other pages by dragging the icon to the edge of the current screen to go to the next page. Saturday, October 12, 13
  10. 10. Customizing Dock The dock at the bottom of the screen can hold your most used applications or folders. While moving apps around, just drag the app or folder down to the dock. The dock appears on every screen and holds up to 6 icons. Recommended apps on the dock are dependent upon whether the iPad is an individual or shared student device. Settings, Google Drive, Safari, Chrome and Chirp are some you may wish to consider. Saturday, October 12, 13
  11. 11. Making Folders Folders allow you to group similar apps together to save screen space. While organizing your apps, drag one app icon on top of another. This then creates a folder with both apps inside. You can name the folder to reflect the apps it contains. To move more apps into a particular folder, simply return to the main screen and drag the other apps onto the folder icon. Folders contain multiple screens and you can now have numerous apps in each folder. Nine apps will display on each page, swipe across to reveal additional pages. Saturday, October 12, 13
  12. 12. Creating Web Clips You can add a new app icon for any website to your home screen. While browsing in safari, tap the up arrow button and then tap add to home screen. Some websites supply an icon; if not then a screenshot of the current view is used. You can also rename the web clip before selecting Add. Practice this skill by creating a web clip for a website you frequently use. Saturday, October 12, 13
  13. 13. Favorites Bar Safari on the iPad comes with a Favorites Bar that you can use to quickly access your favorite web pages. To make the Favorites Bar visible at all times, go to Settings then Safari. Turn on Show Favorites Bar. Saturday, October 12, 13
  14. 14. Bookmarking T the up arrow, then select Bookmark. ap Decide whether to store on Favorites Bar or in Bookmarks, which will appear under the book icon on the right side of the web address. Saturday, October 12, 13
  15. 15. Avoiding Clutter with Reader If you see an icon to the left of a web address that looks like lines on a page, that means the ‘Reader’ function is available on that webpage, tap to activate. If you don’t see the icon, Reader isn’t available for the page you are viewing. See before and after examples to the right Saturday, October 12, 13
  16. 16. Save Safari Images While browsing Safari you can save images you like. T and hold an ap image until a pop-up appears. Choose Save Image. This image will now be saved in your Photos album. Launch the Photos app to view the image. Be sure you model good digital citizenship by applying photo credit, perhaps by using the Skitch app! Saturday, October 12, 13
  17. 17. T aking a Screenshot To take a screenshot, just press the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time. The iPad screen flashes white quickly and makes a sound like a camera shutter. The image will be saved in the Photos app. Saturday, October 12, 13
  18. 18. Spotlight Search Feature Drag down the middle of any home screen to reveal the Spotlight Search. Type the name of the song, artist, file or app that you’re looking for in the search box. To customize what will be searched, go to Settings, General, Spotlight Search. Saturday, October 12, 13
  19. 19. Security Settings Restrictions provide a password protected ability to lock down certain features on an iPad. They may be set at a district or school level. DO NOT SHARE access code with students! To access: Settings, General, Restrictions, Enable Restrictions Saturday, October 12, 13
  20. 20. Speak Selection Want to have text read aloud? Speak Selection will read text to you. Press your finger down, release when you see the spotlight. Stretch the blue dots individually to highlight what you want read, then select Speak. Even if you don’t have VoiceOver enabled, Speak Selection will read you the highlighted text and give you formatting options like cut, copy, and paste. Turn on Speak Selection in Settings/General/Accessibility/Speak Selection. Saturday, October 12, 13
  21. 21. Guided Access Guided Access allows you to 'lock down' a student into working only in one application. To use: Settings / General / Accessibility/ Guided Access. Turn On, select a 4 digit passcode. Open the app you want student to use, Triple Click home button, Select START upper right. When student is ready to leave app, return iPad to you, you Triple Click home button, enter code, you can then end or resume Guided Access. Saturday, October 12, 13
  22. 22. Magnify T and hold your finger on some ap text to bring up a magnifying glass. Drag to move the magnifying glass around and place the cursor where your need it. Saturday, October 12, 13
  23. 23. Cut/Copy/Paste T the insertion point to display ap selection options or double-tap a word to select it. Drag the blue grab points to select more or less text. Depending upon the app you are in, available options such as cut, copy, paste, replace, define, speak will appear. Saturday, October 12, 13
  24. 24. Split Keyboard Typing while holding the iPad can be awkward. To split the keyboard, place both your thumbs in the center of the keyboard (G/H keys) and swipe them away to the edge of the screen. To return to the joint keyboard, simply tap and slide the hide keyboard icon to merge. It will merge and dock back to its original form. You can also swipe the G/H keys to the center to merge. Saturday, October 12, 13
  25. 25. iBooks and PDFs You can open PDF documents, such as a PDF attached to an email, with iBooks. When you view a PDF email attachment or PDF document from the web, simply tap "Open in iBooks," located in the upperright corner of the screen. iBooks will open and you'll be able to view your PDF using the iBooks app. Saturday, October 12, 13
  26. 26. Using Graphic Organizers Find the QR Code reader app on your iPad. (suggest: i-nigma) Scan the code or type the following address in Safari: http://goo.gl/aU5LU Holt Interactive Graphic Organizers PDFs such as this can then be used in an annotation app such as Doodle Buddy, Paper Port Notes or Notability. Saturday, October 12, 13
  27. 27. Customizing Wallpaper T the Settings app and then select Wallpapers & ap Brightness. Choose Wallpaper. At the top of the page, you'll find Apple’s Wallpapers - Dynamic and Stills, followed by your own pictures. Dynamic Wallpaper and high screen brightness will consume battery power faster. T any image to bring up the full-screen view. Now, ap you've got three options: set the lock screen, home screen, or both. Saturday, October 12, 13
  28. 28. Typing Tips Double tap the space bar to automatically add a period and space to the end of a sentence. You can hold down some keys such as letters or punctuation to bring up extra options, such as accents for foreign languages. For example tap and hold the ! key to use the apostrophe. Double tap the UP arrow for shift lock. If you see a red dotted underline on a word you can tap this and suggestions for alternative words automatically appear. When typing an email address hold down period to select .net, .com, etc. Saturday, October 12, 13
  29. 29. Restarting Properly Pressing the Sleep/Wake button once puts the iPad in a sleep mode, wake it by pressing the home button. To shut the iPad down, hold down the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears, slide your finger across to turn off the iPad. To turn iPad back on, hold down the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears. If an application refuses to start or your iPad has frozen, just press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red slider appears, then hold down the Home button until the app closes. Saturday, October 12, 13
  30. 30. Evaluating Apps What to Look For - Business model, cost, in-app purchases, advertisements, ease of use, learning curve, integration with other apps/web resources, getting product off app, are accounts required? Content (consumption) vs. Creation It’s Free so all is good, right? Let’s see some examples... What will your school/District procedures be? Resources: TCEA Recommended Apps Kathy Schrock’s iPads in the Classroom - Evaluation Rubrics TechChef4U Graphite (from Common Sense Media) SAMR Model Saturday, October 12, 13
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