Additional Information On Upcoming Free Courses

Attention everyone, we want to remind you of some important information regarding our upcoming free courses for the second half of the 2019-2020 Training Season. Two courses will be taking place between now and May. Learning Voiceover In and Out will begin on Monday, January 13 and conclude on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Our second course, iPad for All Computing, begins Monday, April 6, and concludes on Wednesday, May 20, with a final wrap up and Q and A session to be held on Friday, May 22, 2020. Live sessions for each course will take place every Monday and Wednesday from 3PM to 5PM Eastern Time, with additional sessions for special help or special interest topics to be held throughout the course at the sole discretion of the TTJ Instructor Team. To join the live sessions, use the Zoom app, and use Zoom Meeting ID:

3116952583

You may also join Zoom sessions from a computer by entering the following URL or pasting it into your web browser:

Https://zoom.us/j/3116952583

Students who cannot use Zoom may use the Dabel app to listen to the live stream, either during each live session or after the session is complete. Both Zoom and Dabel should be used with free accounts. Dabel users can use the new, “Sign In With Apple” feature to create their accounts.

In addition to live sessions, these two courses will make use of the iTunes U platform to distribute all course-related materials, assignments, discussions, announcements, clean audio recordings and demos, video materials, text documentation, and much more. It is very important that all students register for the iTunes U portion of each course they wish to take. To get started registering for iTunes U, click Here.

please save the above dates so that you can participate in all live sessions. Also, information on how to navigate and use iTunes U will be posted to this blog early next week. We know the app can seem overwhelming to new users, but don’t worry; we will walk you through it. Audio tutorials are coming next week to this blog, and the first day of each course will be partially devoted to using iTunes U.

Should you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Thank you, and we look forward to working with you very soon.:)

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