My dad doesn't know very much about OS X, except to click Safari on the dock to get on the internet. The only Apple computer he learnt to use was way back when he used to set them up in another school he used to work at in the 80's, and that was before the Macintosh branding was used. I guess because Windows 8 is so poor, the school decided to go all Macs this school year. The problem is that a lot of the teachers know the basics, but they don't know how to solve little problems here and there. The server guys who set this stuff up only work part time, so my dad is usually the one who covers for them when there's an issue. They issued him a MacBook Pro a few weeks ago. It's a custom 15" Core i7, 2.8 GHz, with 8GB of RAM running Snow Leopard. I already had to fix his home folder because he spelt his name wrong. So, anyway, I want to know what I should be showing him? I thought about the Find Out How videos, but they're for Lion/Mountain Lion and I don't want to confuse him. So far, the things I have come up with are: The General UI The Library folder How to use the Multi-Touch Trackpad System Preferences Software Update Accessibility (mostly to fix issues that the kids might jokingly do, since it happened once in the photo lab when I was there and it took the teacher 5 hours to figure out) An overview of the Utilities folder And then the typical troubleshooting of zapping the PRAM, etc and burning a CD/DVD. Basically, I need to teach him how to maintain a Mac, vs using it for the most part. Does anyone have any suggestions of articles/videos I can show him? Maybe something I forgot? Thanks.