Intro to Mac
Intro to Mac
Our course will run much like any other software training course we teach in a welcoming small class setting. This course is meant for students who need to nail the computer basics and want to learn on a digital industry standard computer such as an iMac. We will briefly touch on other Apple devices such as iPad tablet and Apple TV.
The curriculum will broken into 4 subcategories which are: Exploring Mac Desktop, Mac Basics, Using the Internet, Organizing files & folders.
This course is completely free of cost & open to any Austin resident.
Below is a skeleton breakdown of the course.
Getting Started: Exploring iMac Desktop
Using the Finder
Using the Dock
Using the Menu Bar
Finding files using Spotlight
Finding info in Notification Center
Adjusting system volume & brightness
Sleeping, restarting, turning on, and shutting down
Hardware vs. Software
Finding apps in the Applications folder
Opening and closing applications
Double-clicking vs. single-clicking
Left-clicking vs. right-clicking
Using the Mac App Store and updating Apps
Using the Internet
Connecting to a router
Browsing the internet
Organizing Files & Folders
External Storage & accessories (i.e formatting a hard drive)
Opening and creating folders
Moving and tagging files
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Those interested in learning the basics of iMac computers in an inviting and creative environment for free.
NOTE: All software training classes take place in MMAC's iMac computer lab. All software courses are taught on iMac computers. Mac experience is strongly suggested and this course is a direct response to accessibility of software training platforms.
SUPPLIES: iMac workstation included