iPad manipulate the screen in a linear fashion rather than just a drop down. They move from side to sideIn settings there are two sets of moveable data: The actual settings pane and then the working pane.The settings pane only moves up and down, but the working pane moves both sideways and up and downIn the settings pane highlight: WifiLocation servicesCellular data if you’re on a data plan with the cell phone providerBrightness and WallpaperPicture FrameGeneral: Probably the most important for operating your iPad…AboutUse Side Switch to: Mute or Lock rotationRestrictions: helps to secure your iPad against someone else making changes to it (Just remember your security code)iCloud: this is where your Apple ID is storedMail, Contact, Calendars: mail can be set up to receive e-mails from several different accountsWhenever you want to set preferences for any of your apps, use settings to make those changes.About – shows you under whose identity the iPad is working
I pad basic functions and apps
Vera WeberMarshall Public Schools
Basic iPad Buttons and Knobs ◦ Device Orientation ◦ Navigation Basic iPad Applications ◦ Notes ◦ Safari ◦ Camera ◦ Photos ◦ Maps ◦ Contacts, Calendar, Mail ◦ App Store: ibooks, iTunesU,
You would be able to You have actually You feel very recognize an iPad if experienced using an comfortable using the you saw one, but iPad a few times, but iPad because it is partwouldn’t know how to have no idea how to of your everydayturn it on if you held it download apps or routine. in your hands. easily maneuver around the interface. While you’veWhile you might have downloaded apps,read about using the In fact, holding it still watched movies, or iPad, you have not makes you feel a little played games, you still taken the time to bit uncomfortable. want to learn more.experiment with one.The objective today is to make everyone feel comfortable using an iPad.
Upon first glance… what do you think Notes is appropriate for? Look at the tools along the bottom…
Pl a n Make a list of 10 invitees a •Use upper and lower case letters as Pa r t you would for proper nouns y •E-mail the list to yourselfMake a list including at least 8supplies Make sure to add paper plates and cups
Search for your home address Look for it using a Satellite Map Try a Hybrid MapSearch for vacation destination ofyour choice
Automatic using iTunes on your computer Preferences can be set in order to copy over only what you prefer to have on your iPad Preferences are set in iTunes on your computer
On your computer, clicking onthe actual name of the iPad willbring up a screen to be used tochange preferences.
Once all the workshops are complete, you will receive an evaluation of these workshops through Survey Monkey. For a quick response on today’s session, please fill out the evaluation form and place it upside down on the back table.
Using the Camera and PhotosWorking with Contacts and Calendar
Find the Camera lenses for the front and back camera.
Take your iPad with you on break.Use the still camera to take at least 10 pictures ofseveral different objects and people.Use both front and back camerasUse the Video Camera feature, as wellWe will use these for practice using the Camera Roll ofstored pictures. Don’t worry… no one will see these ifyou don’t want them to.
Photos stores all the pictures from the Camera Roll and any pictures from the computer that have been synced with the iPad. Create and organize photo albums with Photos
Filing all your contact information in one place Resembles an address book ◦ + sign means to add more information ◦ Edit allows the user the change information
Find a partner within the room to exchange information and fill in a Contact page. You will need address, phone, e-mail, and birthdate. (You can lie on the year)Take a picture of your partner. Include that picture with the partner’s contact information.
One of the best personal organizers for the iPad Syncs with Contact list and Outlook Exchange to help keep track of appointments and meetings as well as other important dates.
iPad Basics: iTunes iTunes is like the mother ship that operates all other “i” products.
iTunes shares data between devices, it is similar to a storage or back-up facilitator When “i” devices link up with iTunes, they synchronize information referred to as a sync. iTunes houses all the music, movies, books, and apps that are used by your “i” devices.
Personal Apple ID Professional Apple IDvera.firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Favorite Movies Instructional Videos Family YouTube clips YouTube clips for classroom use Songs and Games Podcasts TV shows Educational Apps Books Children’s Books Apps for personal use Apple TV links Family photos Classroom pictures Make sure to sync your iPad to the correct account
Used for finding music, movies, TV shows, Podcasts, audio books, and iTunes U courses Different from the iTunes found on your computer Used primarily to download these items to your iPad directly
This is the place where almost all applications (apps) are located for the iPad, iPhone,and iPod Tap on the App Store icon to practice finding and installing apps for the iPad.
Oh NO! You’ve downloadedthe wrong app….What do you do?It has something to do with “wiggling” icons…
Search for iTunes UDownload iTunes U to your iPad
iBooks is like carrying your own bookshelf of reading materials with you whenever you have your iPad.
Using Safari, do a search forepub books freeOr… children’s epub books
iTunes U offers courses on a variety of subjects and topics free of charge Coursework and lectures can be downloaded and completed on your own Use iTunes Store to download and save courses Now with K-12 available, teachers can create course for just their own students.
Use the Redeem feature of the App Store to redeem codes for Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iMovie, iPhoto, and Garageband
Use Safari to find some Tips and Tricks for using the iPad in your classroom Share those ideas with an elbow partner If time permits, share some tips and tricks with the large group