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LVISD: iPads for Administrators
Welcome and Introduction Each participant has received a 32GB wifi and 3g enabled iPad. This session will introduce you to the unit and its basic setup. By the end of the session, participants should be able to operate the basic iPad functions and use it to be more productive in their position.
Getting Started Log in to your computer Go to:
Setting Up Save the install file and place it on your desktop.
Setting Up Install the iTunes application with the default functions. Once the installation is complete, open iTunes. Once iTunes is open, plug your iPad into your computer.
The Basics What is an iPad? x768 pixel LED-backlit display 1GHz Apple A4 processor Up to 10 hours battery life 0.5 inch thin 1.5 lbs.
What else is inside the iPad?
The Basics Turning It On Hold down the Sleep/Wake button on the top right-hand corner of the iPad until you see the Apple logo appear on the screen. Wait! Slide the Unlock bar across the bottom.
Setting Up iTunes
The Basics Settings Glance through the PDF General Settings in the shared 5La Vega iPad Training Dropbox folder online. Make sure you are familiar with what all of these do.
The Basics Wireless Set Up Click on Settings (Screen 1). Click on Wi-Fi (at the top). Wait for the system to find wireless networks. Then select lavega-wire Wait for it to be checked. I will enter the appropriate key for you. Now youre live!
The Basics Locking the Orientation Double tap the home button. That should pull up a list of recently used application (this is for fast switching between apps). You can swipe left to see even older apps, or swipe right to get a little control panel. On the left is the orientation lock/unlock button, and there's also easy access to brightness and iPod controls. There is also a hard switch that will lock the orientation that is located next to the volume control on the top right side of the device.
Find and Download Device Apps – Way 1 1. In iTunes, click iTunes Store. 2. In the iTunes Store, near the top of the home page, click App Store. 3. Browse for an application, and then click Buy App (if its a free application, click Get App). 4. Connect your device to your computer. iTunes automatically syncs applications to it.
Find and Download Device Apps – Way 2 1. On your device, click App Store. 2. Browse for an application, and then click Buy App (if its a free application, click Get App). 3. The device automatically syncs applications to your computer the next time you are connected.
Loading iTunes Card Now that you have done your initial sync with your iPad, you need to load your iTunes card so youll have credit to purchase Apps with in the App Store.
Loading iTunes Card In iTunes, go to the right hand corner and click on your address and click Redeem.
Loading iTunes Card Enter the number on the back of your iTunes card and click Redeem. Your account will be credited with the amount on your card.
Apps to Help You Lead
Blogshelf ($4.99) Dragon Dictation
ABC Notes ($4.99) App Shopper
A Few More Clinometer EasyTask for iPad Flipboard Kindle Stanza Stress Check Evernote Mighty Meeting Penultimate Air Sketch (free) USA Today for iPad Voice Memos for iPad ($.99) The Weather Channel Max for iPad WeatherStation HD ($.99) Web Clip of your district and/or campus website Wx for iPad ($3.99)
And Even More Dictionary.com Google Mobile App iDisplay ($4.99) Instapaper Pro ($4.99) EasyTask Timer On Fire Mobile Mouse RDP (Lite and Pro) Numbers ($9.99) Keynote ($9.99) TED Time Magazine Twitter Facebook HD Flipboard
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