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As we come to the end of Term 2 it is an appropriate time to ensure all student devices comply with the BYOD Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and Student Agreement. A copy of these documents can be found on our school website at: https://jindaleess.wfs13temp.eq.edu.au/Pages/default.aspx
Please ensure that your student device has the following items to comply with our BYOD AUP and Student Agreement;
·         Current iOS software version 9.3.2 or latest Windows 8 or Windows 10 software version (Windows 10 is free to update until 30 June 2016) –older versions may see apps unable to function correctly.
·         device covers and/or device sleeves - a cover and a sleeve/case are required to protect the safety of the devices when travelling around the school and in the transportation of devices to and from school (see BYOD Acceptable Use Policy for details)
·         all apps on the 2016 required list  – it is a requirement of the BYOD Program that all apps are loaded onto devices. Teachers prepare lessons with the intent of using particular apps and when these are not available on a device it interrupts the flow of the lesson and learning for the students. (Apps list is available on the school website)
·         devices labelled – devices are required to have a label on the device cover and sleeve/case. A recent audit found a great deal of devices without any form of identification.
·         Have at least 2GB of storage space available for school work and so the iPad can process updates.
We ask that parents please ensure these matters are attended to enabling the smooth operations of our BYOD classes. Thank you to all those parents who have been vigilant in complying with the requirements of the program.
If you have questions about the program, please contact Tracy Hume, eLearning Coordinator, at the school on 3725 5777 or at thume3@eq.edu.au
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Last reviewed 17 April 2020
Last updated 17 April 2020