New Milestone for iPad Academy! More Than 500 Learn to Use the iPad Online

Wow! Over the past few months, more than 500 iPad owners have improved their
skills by registering for my iPad Academy Master Class. Students are
enjoying the lessons and the learning. Here’s what a few of them had to say:

Just completed the first module — great lessons. I’m learning some basics
and also great short cuts. I really like the length of the lessons, long
enough to give important info, but short enough to do a quick lesson when I
have time, and also to keep my focus. The pace is great because it is slow
enough that I can try things as well as take notes as I go. Thank you.


You’ve done a really great job with this series. It is very clear, paced
well, and has great screenshots.


It is so much easier when you can actually see someone show the different
keystrokes and their functionality. Using the video approach to teach the
iPad is a great strategy. Each video is just long enough to give you info in
small sections so that it is not overwhelming You can see it. You can
practice and then review. Thank you for your efforts.


Thanks so much for a delightful learning experience and look forward to
your next set of videos. By the way, as a senior I recommend this course
for seniors.


The Master Class is 22 easy-to-follow video lessons delivered online, so you
choose when and where to learn. The class is based on hands-on activities
from my onsite introductory workshop, but goes much further to develop a
wider and deeper set of iPad skills. This video series will introduce you to
the iPad, including settings, navigation skills and app fundamentals. You’ll
learn simple shortcuts and time-saving tips to make your iPad more
functional and more fun.

Sample videos and more information

Know others who want to (or need to) improve their iPad skills? If so,
please share this info with them. Registration closes this
Wednesday at 6 p.m.
so don’t delay!

I hope to see you in class!

About Andy Brovey

Dr. Andy Brovey, The Portable Prof, teaches about digital tools through his work, websites and social media. In 2007, Apple Inc. recognized his work and named him an Apple Distinguished Educator. He started this iPad Academy website shortly after the first iPad went on sale. On his Freelance Teaching site you'll find the resources you need to teach like a smart entrepreneur.