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Getting Started with OS X Lion from Class on Demand teaches you the basics of Mac OS X Lion.
Take a tour of the latest Mac OS X, Lion, in a series of guided lessons with award-winning Class on Demand expert, Tom Wolsky. These lessons focus on the information you need to quickly become comfortable with the powerful Lion interface.
01: Desktop and Finder
03: System Preferences
04: Launchpad and Mission Control
11: Time Machine
12: Boot Camp and Lion Recovery
About the Instructor:
Tom Wolsky is the Senior Instructor for the Digital Media Academy. He is a certified instructor in Final Cut Pro, which he teaches at DMA. Tom is the author of several Final Cut and video production instructional books as well as DVDs for FCP, Final Cut Studio, and Mac OS X for Class on Demand. His Class On Demand training has won multiple Telly and Horizon Interactive awards. He trains and consults with teachers, students, and companies around the country. He is an active presence on a number of online forums, 2-pop, Creative Cow, and the Apple support forums.
Before teaching he worked in the film and television industry for more than 40 years. He worked in London as a writer, producer, and technician before joining ABC News, where he was an operations manager and producer. He later moved to ABC News in New York for Good Morning America and World News Now.
Table of Contents
Approximately 1 Hour, 35 Minutes
Mac OS X or Windows XP/Vista/7
1152 x 864 or higher display
Mac OS X Lion
Class on Demand Training Video (Streaming On Demand): Getting Started with OS X Lion Review