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  2. 2. This training is going to be your guide as we tour your new Apple computer. <br />It is here to try to make learning this new system very easy and simple. <br />Feel free to move through each lesson at your own pace. The materials have been developed to assist your learning process as you discover this new computer for yourself.<br />To continue to the next slide, tap the space bar.<br />
  3. 3. ABOUT BTOP<br />The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities Service (RUS) with $7.2 billion to expand access to broadband services in the United States. Of those funds, the Act provided $4.7 billion to NTIA to support the deployment of broadband infrastructure, enhance and expand public computer centers, encourage sustainable adoption of broadband service, and develop and maintain a nationwide public map of broadband service capability and availability. <br />
  4. 4. GETTING STARTED<br />Let’s take a look at what is going to be in our lesson ahead<br /><ul><li> Setting up your device
  5. 5. How to turn on your device
  6. 6. A tour of the ports
  7. 7. A brief description of what each port is for </li></li></ul><li>GETTING STARTED<br />Setting Up Your Device:<br />For the iMac, setup is quite easy. <br /><ul><li> First, place the iMac on a stable flat surface
  8. 8. Next, take the power cord and thread it through the hole in </li></ul> the display stand<br /><ul><li> Then, plug the disc end into the computer, and the other </li></ul> end into an electrical outlet<br /><ul><li> Finally, plug the keyboard into one of the USB ports located </li></ul> on the back of the computer, and plug the mouse into one <br /> of the USB ports located on the upper part of the keyboard<br />
  9. 9. GETTING STARTED<br />Setting Up Your Device:<br />For the macBook Pro, there isn’t much to set up. <br /><ul><li> Place the macBook Pro on a stable flat surface
  10. 10. Next, press the power button located on the upper right side </li></ul> of the keyboard<br /><ul><li> When the battery is low, plug large end of charging cable </li></ul> into an electrical outlet and the smaller end into the <br /> magnetic port located to the upper left of the keyboard<br />
  11. 11. GETTING STARTED<br />Turning On Your Device:<br />With the iMac screen facing you, the power button is located on the backside in the lower left corner.<br />Simply press the button is and wait for your computer to start. You will know that the computer has turned on when you hear a musical hum-like sound.<br />The same goes for the macBook Pro. Just press the power button and wait for the sound.<br />CLICK FOR SOUND<br />
  12. 12. GETTING STARTED<br />iMac Ports:<br />With the iMac screen facing you, the ports are located on the backside in the lower right corner.<br />Going from left to right (in the photo): <br />Headphone port, Microphone port, USB x4, Firewire, Mini Display port, Ethernet port<br />
  13. 13. GETTING STARTED<br />macBook Pro Ports:<br />With the macBook Pro screen facing you, the ports are located on the left side.<br />Going from left to right (in the photo): <br />MagSafe Charging port, Ethernet port, Firewire, Thunderbolt port, USB x2, SD Card slot, Headphone port<br />
  14. 14. GETTING STARTED<br />A Tour Of The Ports:<br />USB – The USB port is your most general form of input for the computer. It is used for everything from updating an iPod to getting files from a flash drive.<br />Ethernet – Allows you to connect to the internet through a router<br />Firewire – Gives you the ability to connect to another device, such as another computer, or external hard drive. Also allows for faster file transfer between devices.<br />Thunderbolt – (More available mid 2011) Enables incredibly fast transfer speeds for data transfers, audio, and video<br />
  15. 15. GETTING STARTED<br />Let’s do a recap of what we’ve gone over<br /><ul><li> Setting up your device, and getting it plugged in
  16. 16. How to turn on your device and what to listen for
  17. 17. What ports are on your device
  18. 18. A brief description of what each port does, and how you </li></ul> can use it<br />
  19. 19. This concludes lesson MAC 1. <br />Now that you have finished the lesson, we ask that you please email us with your name, school or library, and the code above for this lesson (MAC 1).<br />We also ask that you use the subject line: Completed Training MAC 1.<br />Contact:<br />John Gross<br />jwg0002@auburn.edu<br />334-844-8402<br />
  20. 20. Center for Governmental Services<br />2236 Haley Center<br />Auburn University, Alabama 36849-5268<br />(334) 844-4781<br />Copyright 2011 Center for Governmental Services at Auburn University<br />