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Macs (iMacs and Laptops)

Macs: Cool & New Features Course


Course
Jamie Pollock

Your Mac is user-friendly and exciting to use, with full screen apps, multiple desktops, trackpad gestures, saving options, dictation, video calls, and sharing.

Course Description

This class introduces you to all the latest features that make your Mac user-friendly and exciting to use. We’ll explore full screen apps, multiple desktops, trackpad gestures, new saving options, how to dictate instead of type, texting &video chatting, sharing, Facebook integration, and much more.

Instructional Level

Beginner through Intermediate

Course Length

2 hours 

Course Credits

2 CPE, Certificate of Completion

Prerequisites 

  • Owning a Mac computer

Who should take this class?

  • Macintosh users who want to get the most out of their investment.

What You’ll Learn 

  • 3 ways to open apps
  • Trackpad gestures
  • New saving options
  • Dictation instead of typing
  • Instant messaging & video chatting
  • Reminders
  • Notes
  • Notifications
  • Facebook integration
  • Improvements to your favorite apps like Mail and Safari
  • A ton of tips and tricks for users of all levels

 

Here is the course outline:

1. Download the Handout

Download the handout that goes with the course.

Download the handout here

2. Watch the Videos: MacOS - Cool Features

This class introduces you to all the latest features that make your Mac user-friendly and exciting to use. We’ll explore full screen apps, multiple desktops, trackpad gestures, new saving options, how to dictate instead of type, texting & video chatting, sharing, Facebook integration, and much more.

MacOS: Cool Features
macOS: New Features Extra

3. Take the Quiz

Take this quiz to demonstrate your mastery of the material. Pass the quiz with an 80% or higher to complete the Course, earn your Certificate, and win points!

Participation Quiz Completion requirement

Completion

The following certificates are awarded when the course is completed:

Royalwise Credit Certificate
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