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Icloud: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

TEC-990
3 Credits
Correspondence
4.96/5.00
Learn how to create, update, share and collaborate documents with Apple's productivity suite - Pages (word processing), Numbers (spreadsheets), and Keynote (presentations). Using a Mac or Windows computer, iOS device, or Chromebook, documents are stored on the free iCloud service (which includes free web-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote). Documents are always available and current, regardless of the device used to create, access and edit them - start a document at home on a PC and finish it at school on an iPad, simply and seamlessly.

If you have experience with MS Office or Google Docs, iCloud will be very familiar, in fact, Pages, Numbers and Keynote can import and export Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. The course covers the mechanics of using the iCloud suite, the iCloud environment and the creation of useful and meaningful teaching materials.

Upon registering, the instructor will mail physical course materials at no additional cost. All assignments may be completed without classroom participation. Instructor support is always readily available by email and phone. Additional information at: www.icloud.steveyoungfpu.net

This course is applicable towards the Technology Skills for Educators Certificate.

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Steve Young

Instructor
Just as my mother lived from the dawn of the airplane to watching men walk on the moon, I’ve witnessed the computer shrink in size from a locomotive to a fingernail; from costing more than a house to less than a pair of shoes. In 35 years I’ve worked as a teacher, lecturer, trainer, and technology coordinator, always striving to find the best way to teach. If a pencil does the job, use a pencil. Simple. But the world is not simple, and there are things students need to comprehend that require a depth of knowledge best reached through the power of technology. Never before have I seen so many teachers marvel at how technology has enhanced their classroom - it’s still fun to watch the light bulbs go on!