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Purchasing Replacement Accessories for District 1:1 Devices

The Upper St. Clair School District provides each student with complete set accessories when they are first issued a district-owned device. The accessories provided vary depending on if a student is issued an iPad or Chromebook. **Accessories issued with district-issued iPads** * STM dux case * Apple Lightning c…

Canvas Authentication Error on iPad

There is a bug in the current version of the Canvas Student iOS app (v6.6.2). Some users may receive the following authentication error when trying to access content: ![][1] The canvas support team is working on a permanent fix to be released in a future app update. In the meantime, if you are experiencing this issu…

Canvas assignment submissions via third-party Apps

This article provides instruction on submitting Canvas assignments via third- party Apps. Many different third-party Apps can be used to submit assignments to Canvas, but for this knowledge base article, we are using Notability. The screens in other Apps might look different, but the general workflow should be the sam…

Updating to the latest iOS on your iPad

Before you perform the iOS update, please make sure that you know your Managed Apple ID and Managed Apple ID Password. You may be asked for your Managed Apple ID Credentials when setting up your iPad after the iOS update. Your Managed Apple ID Username is your network login username with @appleid.uscstudents.org at th…

Canvas assignment submission via a file upload

This article provides instruction on submitting Canvas assignments via a file upload. Many different Apps can save to a file that can be submitted to Canvas, but for this knowledge base article, we are using Notability. The screens in other Apps might look different, but the general workflow should be the same. You ca…

Setting up iCloud Sync and Google Auto-Backup in the Note Format in Notability

**Setting up iCloud Sync ** iCloud Sync and Auto-Backup to Google Drive are two great ways to backup your notes in Notability. We recommend setting up both of these backup methods in Notability. Enabling iCloud Sync is a simple three step process. Launch Notability and follow the steps outlined below: 1. Tap gear…

Clearing the Safari History and Website Data on an iPad

To clear Safari History and Website Data on an iOS device, go to: Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data ![Clearing the Safari History and Website Data][1] [1]: https://hf-files-oregon.s3.amazonaws.com/hdpuscsd_kb_attachments/2017/05-19/7076d3e5-34cc-4fcf-b32e-c22c8adb4415/ClearWebCache.gif (Clearing…

Backing up your iPad to iCloud

The best way to ensure that most of the data on your iPad is safe and backed up is to set your iPad to be backed up to iCloud. Please follow the directions below to enable iCloud backup: 1. Make sure your are connected to a Wi-Fi network 2. Tap Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud 3. If iCloud backup is not turned …

Print From Your iOS Device (iPhone, iPad) using PaperCut Mobility Print

These instructions explain how to print to district printers using your iPhone or iPad. Mobility Print uses Apple AirPrint to process print jobs. Make sure that your iOS device is connected to a district Wi-Fi network prior to attempting to print. ### Print with AirPrint 1. Open the app you want to print from. …

Information about a Disabled iPad

It takes 11 attempts to disable an iPad over the span of two and a half hours, please see the picture below. ![iPad Disabled Chart][1] Because it is an Apple security measure, the only way to fix a disabled iPad is to erase it and, hopefully, restore it from a backup. However, if you don't have a recent backup or an…

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