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TCC offers seminar on iPhone and iPad basics

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (January 10, 2013) – Tallahassee Community College is offering a special seminar on iPhone and iPad basics on January 22 at 5:30 p.m. and January 24 at noon. The seminar will be customized to the skill levels of participants and will teach tips and tricks to help participants feel like experienced users.
The seminar is taught by Dr. Gabrielle K. Gabrielli, former computer sciences professor at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. Dr. Gabrielli has also served as president of the local Apple computer club.
Through this seminar, participants will learn to:
  • Identify controls and other functions including Siri and dictation on the iPad and iPhone
  • Describe the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing, including the iCloud
  • Set up and manage multiple email and calendar accounts
  • Troubleshoot common issues and how to resolve and proactively prevent them
  • Download and organize apps, music, movies, classes and books from the Apple store
  • Use the camera(s) for pictures, video and FaceTime
“January is the perfect time for this seminar, with so many folks receiving iPhones and iPads for Christmas. Dr. Gabrielli’s class is great for new users as well as long-time users who want to make sure they’re getting the most out of their devices,” said Amy Combs, program coordinator for information technology at TCC’s Center for Workforce Development.
The seminar costs $30 and will be taught at the TCC Capitol Center in downtown Tallahassee. The TCC Capitol Center is located at 300 West Pensacola Street. For information on registering for “iLearn the iPhone and iPad Basics,” contact Amy Combs at (850) 201-9766 or
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