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myCSUNtablet Workshops

The following myCSUNtablet workshops are available in the Fall 2014 semester. Accessibility training will be embedded throughout the workshops. Visit the Workshop Calendar to view dates and register for a class.

iPad Essentials and Beyond

For the new and experienced iPad user, this workshop covers how to set up and navigate your iPad, manage files, store data, find apps and content, accessibility settings, and general productivity. If you have specific questions or topics you would like covered, feel free to submit them to in advance. Open to faculty and staff. Visit the Workshop Calendar to view dates and register for a class.

Presenting with Tablets

Learn how to present material for your class using a tablet computer. This session will cover how to create original presentations on an iPad or adapt existing content. The hands-on session gives participants the chance to connect to a projector and present a variety of interactive material. Be sure to bring your own devices (tablet and laptop) and a presentation you want to adapt. Visit the Workshop Calendar to view dates and register for a class.

Tablets: The Active Classroom

Transform your class into an active learning environment with a tablet computer. This hands-on workshop focuses on activities for communication, collaboration, creation, and assessment. Discover how to enhance the classroom experience by using collaborative whiteboarding and drawing activities, student response systems, social media activities, audio and video production, and more. Bring your own device and get ready to build and then learn how to measure student success through micro-assessments for these activities. Visit the Workshop Calendar to view dates and register for a class.


Apple’s iPad Essentials website provides information on a number of topics, including iPad basics, troubleshooting, and iPad Internet connectivity.

Faculty and staff have access to through a CSUN license. To access the CSUN Lynda courses, visit and sign in with your CSUN User ID and password or access the site through the myNorthridge portal. (Note that you cannot access the CSUN content through the Web address.)