Browsing the web with Safari


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Browsing the web with Safari

The Safari app on the iPad has many features that are helpful for searching, finding and archiving information that you're researching and coming to again and again in your class. Let's tap on the Safari app. There's a feature called Lazy Search. Instead of typing the entire address, like Apple.com, you can simply type the word apple. Then tap on Go. And there you are, you are at the Apple.com site. Now let's take a look at a website, the Roux Academy.com. We're going to type in, just simply Roux Academy.

If we tap and hold on any of the links, a pop-up window appears that allows us to open this link, to open in a new tab, add to a reading list or copy. Now let's try the same technique by tapping on an image. Let's go to the apple. As you can see, we can save an image or copy that image. If we save the image, it will appear in the Camera Roll. To zoom, double tap and you will fill the whole page. To zoom out, double tap the page again to return...

Browsing the web with Safari
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Browsing the web with Safari provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Laurie Burruss as part of the iPad Classroom Fundamentals

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Education + Elearning
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