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121 - Basics of iOS
June 12 - June 16
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 201


iOS is the mobile device operating system for Apple. Appleā€™s iPhone and iPad are popular devices that have changed the way we use computers. In this course we will learn the basics of both of these devices, along with other features like iCloud, iTunes, Siri, & the App Store. I will be demonstrating using the most current Apple software. Those who have the same software will benefit the most. It is recommended to bring with you either an iPhone 5 or above, or iPad 3rd generation or above. *The older the device is, the fewer amount of features that device will have.

Course Instructor: Nathan Blaylock, from Spanish Fork, Utah, recently graduated with his Bachelor's degree in Art, Multimedia Development, and Computer Science. He has also volunteered as the LDSSA Publicity Vice President at the Logan LDS Institute. There, he shared his design skills to create advertisements to be printed and put on social media to publicize local, uplifting events. Now, Blaylock continues his education in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences with a focus in User Experience/User Interface Design. Alongside his formal education, Blaylock works as the Graphic Designer for the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. Not only does he design print and web graphics, but writes code for the college website, creates videos and motion graphics, and fulfills other multimedia based roles. Blaylock has been immersed with Apple technology for his entire college and professional career. This includes Mac Desktop and Laptops, iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad.
nathan.blaylock@usu.edu