Have you ever wondered about the iOS Calendar views (day, week, month, etc.)? Most people don’t even think about them. They find the view they like best and then stick with that view. The following videos will help you better understand the various Calendar views, how they differ from each other, why they are important, reasons for using each view, and how to navigate them. In addition, the Making Cognitive Connections approach is integrated into each video to help you practice using the various views and learn what cognitive skills you are applying as you learn.
iOS Calendar Introduction (2:42)
The Calendar app is one that you will, quite literally, use many times a day. This video will introduce you to the Calendar.
iOS Calendar List View (3:04)
List view shows a summary of the events/appointments scheduled for each day. Learn how to navigate to List view and when it can be useful.
iOS Calendar Day View (4:37)
Day view shows events/appointments as blocks of time rather than as the summary list you saw in List view. Learn how to navigate to Day view and when it can be useful.
iOS Calendar Week View (2:02)
Week view shows events/appointments as a week-at-a-glance with events shown as blocks of time similar to Day view. Learn how to navigate to Week view and when it can be useful.
iOS Calendar Month View (2:53)
Month view displays as a month-at-a-glance with a dot under the date indicating days where events/appointments are scheduled. Learn how to navigate to Month view and when it can be useful.
iOS Calendar Year View(0:48)
Year view displays a year-at-a-glance. Learn how to navigate to Year view and when it can be useful.
Applying What We Know (3:29)
Apply what you’ve learned about each view by following two scenarios that have you practice navigating to various views.