iPad Primer With Embedded Video Tutorials
Want to really learn how to use your iPad? Embedded in this five-part iPad Primer are fourteen videos that show you how. In the first part, you learn how to study with iBooks, Safari, Penultimate, and Wikipanion, and you capture to your Camera Roll any image on your iPad screen. The second part has you organize your thoughts with iCardSort and paste your images into digital stories using the iMovie app that made this book’s videos. Part three teaches you how to multitask and use Dragon Dictation to transcribe into text anything you speak into your iPad’s microphone. Imagine answering your emails by simply dictating into Dragon! This iPad Primer shows you how.
In part four, you learn how to find freely available content, manage files to keep your iPad organized, and write your own e-books using Pages. The last part shows how to configure your iPad, keep it secure, project it, troubleshoot problems, and visit websites to learn more about your iPad. The iPad Primer concludes with an index of the fourteen video tutorials embedded in this book. These movies were produced on the iPad in the iMovie app, and this iPad Primer was written in Pages. Other apps taught in this Primer include iBooks, Camera, Safari, Wikipanion, Penultimate, Photoshop Express, iCardSort, Dragon Dictation, Dropbox, and GoodReader.
The author donates all iPad Primer book royalties to Delaware public schools.
Great book, if you are a beginner or a pro, this helps you understand operate your Ipad to its full capacity.
If you think you really know how to use your iPads, you will definitely need this book! I really enjoy the learning journey with the book.
As a life-long English and technology learner, this book really gives me great instruction with clear words and embedded video tutorials.
iPad Primer with Embedded Video
Just to let you know, I have thoroughly enjoyed using your book during the winter semester and consider it to be very useful, especially for the novice just beginning to use the Apple IPad. The organizational structure of the book has been well thought out and I found the chapter sequencing to be very logical to learn from. The embedded videos were an excellent instructional resource that were so timely and I found them to be very helpful as I read each chapter. They definitely enhanced the book. I hope you create a follow-up book to share advanced techniques in the use of the IPad by anyone who has embraced its usefulness.