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Apple - Education - 0 views

  • Apple has been in the classroom empowering teachers and students to teach, learn, and collaborate for 30 years. Students now learn anywhere with today's digital tools that accommodate their individual learning styles. And this is just the beginning. Apple TV and iPhone continue that tradition. K-12 For decades, Apple has helped schools empower teachers, simplify systems, and inspire students to achieve more. Apple 1 to 1 Learning Podcasting Apple Mobile Learning Labs Apple Digital Learning Series Students Live your digital life on the Mac and on the go. Study Play Share iPod and iTunes Higher Education Apple technology is the platform of choice for many professions. Prepare your students for the real world. Creative and Pro Science and Technology iPod, iTunes, and iTunes U Apple Authorized Training IT/Administration Combining the power of UNIX with industry-leading ease of use, Apple offers compatibility and competitive cost for learning systems.
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Apple Human Interface Guidelines: Icon Genres and Families - 0 views

  • For example, the icons for user applications are colorful and inviting, while utilities have a more serious appearance. Figure 10-2 shows user application icons in the top row and utility icons in the bottom row. These genres are further described in "User Application Icons" and "Utility Icons".Figure 10-2  Two icon genres: User application icons in top row; utility icons in bottom rowThe graphic flexibility of Aqua icons can also help users identify files associated with an application. In iTunes, for example, a visual cue provided in the application icon is carried over into icons for other files associated with iTunes, forming an icon family, as shown in Figure 10-3.
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Apple - Education - Products - iTunes U - 0 views

  • Apple shares common goals with education — to advance teaching, learning, and research through innovation, and to engage and empower students. Students expect a campus environment that accommodates their digital lifestyle, adapts to their individual learning needs, and encourages collaboration and teamwork. Introducing a way to simplify and meet all these needs — iTunes U. Education beyond the classroom. iTunes U* is a free, hosted service for colleges and universities that provides easy access to their educational content, including lectures and interviews, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Based on the same easy-to-use technology of the iTunes Store, iTunes U also offers typical Apple simplicity and portability. Through iTunes U, students can download content to their Macs or PCs, regardless of their location. They can listen to and view that content on their Mac or PC, or transfer it to iPod for listening or viewing on the go. Instructors can easily post and change content on their own without impacting the IT department. And, of course, students can upload their own content to share with professors or with the class. It stands out. And fits in. iTunes U is the easiest, most powerful way to manage a broad range of audio or video content and make it available quickly and easily to students, faculty, and staff. And it is the only application that supports the overwhelmingly popular iPod. iTunes U complements other higher education online learning systems, leveraging existing investments in technology infrastructures.** And thanks to Apple’s hardware and software integration and management tools, it all works together. Sound academics. Legal music. In addition to providing a great conduit for digital academic content, iTunes is also the largest source of legal digital music available online. So students can buy and download music that has both educational and entertainment value, with all copyrights honored and the full support of the music industry.  
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Apple - MacBook Pro - 0 views

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