I'm interested to see what people use to become proficient with Mac Applications? Such as the iLife suite or iWorks.

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I use the videos that Mac provides on their websites as a first step. Then I play around with the applications. If I still need help, I buy a book. I usually have to have one of my books nearby because these aps have so much build in.
I teach a summer course for learning about how to use the Mac in the Classroom. Here's the link http://web.mac.com/alicebarr/iWeb/USMMac07/Home.html
I have used atomiclearning.com and found the brief video clips to be very helpful
I've found that learning by doing has been the best way for me and when I deliver any training to other staff I encourage them to play with the software on their computer, Mac or PC.

I've found that with iMovie especially the only way I got to grips with it was to keep doing stuff until I figured out the quickest and best ways!
Aloha Lisa,
Although they can be boring if you watch for too long, Atomic Learning http://movies.atomiclearning.com/k12/home has short video clips of anything and everything mac or pc related. Site licensing is pretty reasonable. You can also use the tutorials from Apple. Good luck.



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