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eTech’s Fall iPad Workshop Schedule–part 1

August 17th, 2012 Comments off

eTech iPad Workshop Series

The eTech iPad Workshops are designed to provide Arts and Sciences faculty, instructors, and staff with information that can help them incorporate the iPad into their teaching, research, and work life. These one-hour brown-bag workshops are held at noon on Tuesdays in the eTech Conference Room in the Bureau of Mines. For all workshops, bring your iPad and please make sure that you know all relevant user names and passwords associated with your device (i.e., Apple ID and password, AS and MyBama user names and passwords, Dropbox, etc.). Workshops will be limited to 10 participants, we will schedule additional workshops by request.
Contact eTech by email to reserve your spot—etech[at]as.ua.edu

August 28:  iPad 101
We’ll take you on a tour of the settings menu, give you an overview of transferring files to and from your iPad, and give you a brief introduction to some of the popular apps in the College of Arts and Sciences.

September 4:  App of the Month—Dropbox
We’ll show you how to get a Dropbox account, how Dropbox is integrated into a variety of apps, and how you can use it to transfer and share files.

September 11:  iPads and Presenting
We’ll take you through a number of presenting options, including Keynote and Air Sketch.

September 18:  An Overview of iOS 6
In early September, Apple will release the newest version of their mobile operating system. We’ll provide an overview of the new features in iOS 6.

September 25:  iPad App-stravaganza
We’ll cram as many app overviews as we can into 40 minutes, followed by 20 minutes of discussion of these apps and any others that participants would like to share.

October 2:  File Transfer, Cloud Storage, and Your iPad
How do you transfer files with no USB drive? We’ll show you how with iCloud, Dropbox, iTunes file transfer, GoodReader, and FilesConnect.

October 9:  App of the Month—GoodReader
Like a Swiss Army knife for your iPad, GoodReader can be used to annotate pdf’s, transfer files, share files wirelessly, and more.

October 16:  iPad Accessory Showcase
By popular demand, we’ll provide a hands-on showcase of a variety of accessories for your iPad, including microphones, keyboards, styluses, and camera connectors.

October 23 through the end of the fall semester:  TBA

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Summer iPad Workshops for the College of Arts and Sciences

May 23rd, 2012 Comments off

Beginning next week, May 29, we’ll begin a (nearly) weekly series of workshops called eTech iPad Basics. These are designed to give Arts and Sciences faculty, instructors, and staff the information they need to help them incorporate the iPad into their teaching, research, and work life. These workshops are held in the eTech Conference Room at noon on Tuesdays and are limited to 10 participants. Please contact eTech by email to reserve a spot: etech[at]as.ua.edu

eTech iPad Basics: iPad 101

iPad 101 is for those who are new to the iPad or in need of a refresher. We’ll take you on a tour of the settings menu, give you an overview of how to transfer information to and from your iPad, show you how to create a presentation in Keynote, how to track changes in OnLive Desktop, how to use Air Sketch to present a lecture without being tethered to the classroom podium, and how to annotate a PDF with iAnnotate.  May 29, June 26, July 17, August 7

eTech iPad Basics: iPads and Presenting

In this workshop we’ll take you through three presentation options: OnLive Desktop, Keynote, and Air Sketch. We’ll also take a look at Mobile ArtStor.  June 5, July 10

eTech iPad Basics: Getting Stuff onto and off of Your iPad

With no USB drive, how do you transfer files to and from the iPad? We’ll show you how with iCloud, Dropbox, iTunes file transfer, GoodReader, CloudConnect, and remote desktop applications.
June 12, July 3

eTech iPad Basics: iPads and Research

This joint workshop with Melissa Green of the UA Libraries looks at two reference management tools, RefWorks and Zotero, and how they can be used on the iPad. We will also look at other electronic resources available to iPad users through the libraries.  June 19

-Rebecca Johnson