It’s not your fault if you get easily frustrated or confused by computers and technology. Most people have never been taught the right way -- by someone who not only understands technology, but also understands how to teach it.
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Kealakekua, HI (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Worth Godwin, known internationally for his easy computer training, has announced the release of a new iPad tips and tutorial app, as well as a similar iPhone tips and tutorial app. The app uses quick and easy video lessons showing step-by-step how to use the iPad.
The iPad is in many ways incredibly intuitive and easy to use. Despite this, many people eagerly buy the tablet computer only to find they are just as stumped using it as they are with their computer.
According to Godwin, “It’s not your fault if you get easily frustrated or confused by computers and technology. Most people have never been taught the right way -- by someone who not only understands technology, but also understands how to teach it.”
This new app has been released with over 75 quick and easy lessons, organized by topic, with more on the way. iPad users of any age will be able to follow along as Worth Godwin demonstrates how to use the iPad and can use the built in “Ask a question” feature which allows users to submit questions and suggestions for future lessons right from within the app.
Basic Tips for iPad is available now right on the iPad by tapping the blue App Store icon, then using the search box in the upper right corner to search for "Worth Godwin". iPad owners needing further help with installing the app are encouraged to watch Godwin’s YouTube videos which demonstrate installing iPad apps, as well as an overview and tour of the iPad tutorial app.
Worth Godwin is a computer and technology educator with over a decade and a half of real world experience. Since 2006, Worth has offered his simple, Plain English approach to teaching computers and technology as audio and video computer courses available through his website at WorthGodwin.com. Since then, he has reached thousands of students around the world, helping them gain more confidence and skill using computers and technology.