Twitter 101: Staying in Touch with Family and Friends
Twitter is a micro-blogging network of real-time posts that are limited to 140 characters or less. The limitation on characters discourages many from using it and reaping its many benefits. Did you know that Twitter is fast becoming a new search engine, competing with Google and Bing for attention from people surfing the web? Using Twitter has become a must for staying in touch with family and friends. After an introduction to social media basics, this class provides expert instruction on creating a Twitter account, using the Twitter dashboard, following people on Twitter, how to Tweet, and using Twitter on mobile devices.
Sheryl Connelly and Charlene Burke, owners of Online Marketing Pros, a social media and online marketing education firm
04/08–04/223 Mondays, 6:30–8:30pm$69 - #139KPS
My iPhone Can Do That?
Overwhelmed by your iPhone’s capabilities? Then this class is for you! After reviewing the iPhone’s four basic functions (phone, e-mail, web, and iPod), this class covers pre-installed apps such as the camera, calculator, voice recorder and Facebook as well as the latest iPhone’s new features. You’ll also learn about voice recognition capabilities, how to shoot and edit video, how to use iTunes to manage your content, and many more little-known uses! Bring your questions, as each session ends with Q&A.
Scott Soeder, graphic designer at UofL’s Delphi Center who also instructs faculty and staff on podcasting and digital graphics; Apple campus rep from 2006-2009
02/06–02/203 Wednesdays, 6–8pm$69 - #139HPE
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