Whether you are pursuing the various badges that Apple now offers as part of its Apple Teacher program or just looking to sharpen your Mac and iPad skills, the iBooks store is full of great resources. Two series of multi-touch iBooks are available for using iPads and Macs in the classroom. Here are some of the titles available.
Each iBook contain video tutorials that allows the user to actually see the skill being performed in detail. Below is a page from the iMovie for Mac guide.
Additionally, Apple Teacher just began offering a path for earning badges for its new coding tutorial app Swift Playgrounds.
Below is a direct link to the iBooks resources. For more information about the program, click here.
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