When setting up your LearnPads, you should add them into Places.
Places make it easier to manage your LearnPads from the Dashboard in the
Places usually refer to physical locations such as charging units,
classrooms or year groups but could also refer to teachers.
If you have two group sets of LearnPads that you share throughout
your school, you might add them to Places called Set 1 and Set 2. Alternatively,
you might create Places named after each teacher and affix Place QrKeys to the
doors of their classrooms and ask pupils to scan the QrKey when they come into
the room. If you have a group set of LearnPads for each classroom, you might
add them to Places called Ash Class or Cedar class. Give some thought to the
best way to use Places for your setting.
April 14, 2014 Places can help you manage locations for LearnPads within your school. Using Places allows a teacher to set a pre-defined lesson and focuses the LearnPad Dashboard view onto the devices the teacher wants to manage. Creating Places: ...
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As part of your LearnPad delivery, inside one of the boxes we included an envelope labelled LICENSE AGREEMENT like the example below. This contains a letter, headed like the example below, containing your LearnPad license codes, which need to be ...
April 14, 2014 Adding Folders Folder Resources open up folder locations that are either on the device itself or on a file server. Add a new Resource making sure the Type is set to Folder. This will take you to the properties page for this new ...