Apple's Free 'Everyone Can Create' Music, Drawing, Photos, and Video Guides Now Available on Apple Books

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Apple today announced that its Everyone Can Create curriculum is now available in English on Apple Books for Mac, iPad, and iPhone. Apple says additional languages will be available by the end of 2018.


Everyone Can Create is designed to allow teachers to easily incorporate creativity into their existing lesson plans in any subject, including language arts, math, science, history, social studies, and coding. The series of guides teach students to develop ideas through drawing, music, video, and photos on iPad.

Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller:
We believe Apple technology can help unleash every child's creative genius. Working closely with teachers, we have built the Everyone Can Create curriculum to help bring creative expression and the arts into the classroom, and to help students stay engaged through creativity and ultimately be more successful.
Apple says that, since releasing a preview of Everyone Can Create in March, more than 350 schools around the world have adopted the curriculum.

Apple Stores are also using Everyone Can Create in their Teacher Tuesday sessions. 504 stores in 24 countries have already taught over 5,000 hands-on Teacher Tuesday sessions on topics including coding and app design, video and music creation, and creative visual presentations, according to Apple.

Everyone Can Create includes four student guides for drawing, music, video, and photos, available for free in Apple Books. A companion teacher guide helps bring these projects to life, with 300 lesson ideas across media, projects, and subjects.

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Populus

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Good, I'll take a look at it, BUT how about a guide or a manual to learn how to create on a Mac with, say, GarageBand, iMovie, or even better, Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X?

Those tutorials would be awesome for those like me who want to get into content creation, and use a Mac rather than an iPad.

I'm open to suggestions.
 
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nattK

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Good, I'll take a look at it, BUT how about a guide or a manual to learn how to create on a Mac with, say, GarageBand, iMovie, or even better, Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X?

Those tutorials would be awesome for those like me who want to get into content creation, and use a Mac rather than an iPad.

I'm open to suggestions.
There are already guides on how to use GarageBand, iMovie, Logic Pro X, and Final Cut Pro, etc on for the Mac. You just need to search the Book Store on Apple Books.
 

DaveTheRave

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Seems like a smart way to hook them to Apple devices ;)
Nice idea, but if they really want to succeed in the classroom they need to really change their pricing model and I’m not talking about a mere $30 education discount.

Schools are always short on cash which explains the popularity of chrome books.
 
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Populus

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There are already guides on how to use GarageBand, iMovie, Logic Pro X, and Final Cut Pro, etc on for the Mac. You just need to search the Book Store on Apple Books.
Okay, I'll take a look, but it would have been awesome if they were official guides from Apple like this ones.
As I said, I'll do a quick search when I'm at home. Thank you.
 

Jimmy James

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Speaking generally one has nearly unlimited opportunity to create and consume with a smart device. I don’t understand people who say they’re “bored” with their phone. Small mind syndrome.
 
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DeepIn2U

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Good, I'll take a look at it, BUT how about a guide or a manual to learn how to create on a Mac with, say, GarageBand, iMovie, or even better, Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X?

Those tutorials would be awesome for those like me who want to get into content creation, and use a Mac rather than an iPad.

I'm open to suggestions.
YouTube for now.
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Should have named it Anyone Can Cook.
But Yan-Can-Cook from the late 70’s to early 80’s already has creative show and content (maybe patent) on that ;) /s
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Okay, I'll take a look, but it would have been awesome if they were official guides from Apple like this ones.
As I said, I'll do a quick search when I'm at home. Thank you.
Apple previously had listings as On Your Mac series via their site. Short 5mins videos back in the OSX days before this Maverick and other renaming junk started.
 

ChinkyBob

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Good, I'll take a look at it, BUT how about a guide or a manual to learn how to create on a Mac with, say, GarageBand, iMovie, or even better, Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X?

Those tutorials would be awesome for those like me who want to get into content creation, and use a Mac rather than an iPad.

I'm open to suggestions.
Garage band and iMovie also on iPad.
 

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When I click on above link, nothing shows, just spinning and spinning.

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slwiser

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I really do not like the changes in iOS 12. I can't select and move multiple files now to new categoties. This has to be done now individually. This is also in files. Searching now is global to the whole internet rather than My own Books and pdfs. The layout is more global to the whole internet rather than My personal books and pdfs. Can't delete groups of selected files in Books or Files.

Just more confusing overall.
 
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