Technology Series

iPads® and iPhones® - what about those Apps?

iPads and iPhones have not changed the way peo- ple communicate, they have impacted the ways we interface with the world and organize our lives. In this course, students will become more familiar with their device settings, decode associated vocab- ulary, and learn how to search for new applications (“apps) that will transform their mobile technology experience. We will explore some apps in class that will be useful for photograpny, social media, fit- ness and nutrition, travel, movies, and magazines. Please come to the first class with a working Apple ID. Margaret Montet, M.M., M. L.S.

Newtown Campus/$59/ RCOAP 8044 C01/
3 Wed, 5/21-6/4 6:30-8:30 pm
Approved Hours: 6 (Act 48)

Social Media

Learn to navigate popular social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Blogger, and Pinterest! Participants in this course will learn what each site does best. With social media you can communicate with friends and family, share photos and videos, learn about breaking news as it happens, interact with innovators in a field or your favorite movie star, wake up your inner memoirist, share recipes with cooks around the world, and much, much more. We’ll explore resources to enhance your social media experiences, and where to go for more information. Social Media is here to stay, and it just keeps getting more interesting.
Margaret Montet, M.M., M.L.S.

Newtown Campus/ $59/ RCOAP 8042 C01/
3 Wed, 6/11-6/25, 6:30-8:30 pm

Blogging - Start a Blog That Matters

This is an introductory course in blogging for students new to this ever increasing popular world of social media. You too can be a blogger! Experienced blogger Gargi Seshadri will guide you through the basics of finding ideal blog settings, getting your feet wet on, and will help you set up an attractive blog that is right for you. Learn about blog hosting options, template designs, adding content, creating interesting posts, adding images,video, maintaining your blog and marketing to a target audience. Wordpress will only be described briefly. Great for beginners who want to join the blogging world and have no experience with blogging. Those with more experience in blogging may want to look for a more advanced blogging class as this will not get into any programming concepts or advanced topics. Prerequisite: Basic file management knowledge and a good working knowledge of the internet. Gargi Seshadri, M.S.

Newtown Campus/ $119/ RCOSY 8032/C01
4 Thu, 7/10-7/31 6:30-8:30pm
Approved Hours: 8 (Act 48)


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