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iPad Checklist

 #LynnGoesPro

 Welcome to Lynn University. We are excited to introduce you to our iPad initiative.

 The following checklist is meant to help new and existing students successfully set up and use their new iPad.

 To locate the proper iPad resources, please scroll to your student type and click on any of the links listed below it.

  1. Sign University Equipment Agreement form on the right side of the page under "iPad User Agreement" (if you are a graduate or online student)
  2. Set Up iPad
  3. Set Up MobileIron
  4. Enroll in Apps@Work
  5. Begin learning in our iPad ecosystem

 

 

How To Guides and Instructions

For classroom technology  (Canvas, Room technology, etc), please visit the Center for Instructional Technology (CII) website.

Set up iPad 

iPad Pro 128 GB (Undergraduate Day and Dual Enrollment)

This video will teach you how to use your new iPad Pro from the moment you receive it.

iPad mini 32 GB (Undergraduate Evening, Graduate and Aviation Certificate) 

This video will teach you how to use your new iPad Mini from the moment you receive it. 

Getting to Know your iPad 

This interactive activity, developed by our amazing instructional designers, helps you to learn all that your iPad has to offer. 

 

Set Up MobileIron 

          This video will teach you how to use Apps@Work to download applications typically used in class. 

           This application is used to help track your device if you lose it. 

 

Backup & Restore 

          This document will teach you how to back up your old iPad via iCloud.

          This video will teach you how to back up your old iPad and then restore your new iPad using iCloud.

          This video will teach you how to back up your old iPad and then restore your new iPad using a Windows computer.

 

Additional Resources 

 
        Mobile Printing 
          This video will teach you how to use our new printing system. 
 
      Student Owned iPad (Bring Your Own Device) 

          This PDF will teach you how to set up your student email account (username@email.lynn.edu) on your personal iPad. 

      Xfinity on Campus 

      

 
You are not authorized to use this portlet; It is only available to users in certain roles within the portal.
iPad Application Knowledge Base
Apple Application Support
Manuals and User Guides

Use this section to quickly get answers to common questions

You can visit the IT support helpdesk on the first floor of the library (circulation desk) or call (561) 237-7979.  Do not contact Apple or visit the Apple Store.  Lynn University helpdesk will troubleshoot the problem and will arrange for a loaner if needed.
If you receive a loaner,  you must return it to the IT support helpdesk within 10 days or you will be charged a $50 penalty.  
You must report the loss or theft immediately to Campus Security at (561) 237-7226. You should also contact the IT Support Desk located on the first floor of the library (circulation desk) or call at (561) 237-7979 to arrange for an iPad loaner.
Lynn University will determine on a case by case basis any fees to cover iPad damages or losses.  Remember, you are responsible for the device and you will need it for your coursework.  Please refer to your iPad User Agreement for the standard fees for repairs or lost devices.  Fees may be higher for multiple repairs on one device or multiple replacements for one student. 
Your account will be billed for any iPad related fees.
Please return any found iPad to Campus Security (561) 237-7226 or the IT Support Desk (first floor of library) (561) 237-7979.
Any Lynn University recommended app will be available to you at the Lynn University Apps@work store.  Tab on the Apps@work icon on your device and search the list before downloading apps from Apple's App Store.  Some paid apps required for course work will be pre-paid for you by the university and available at the Apps@work store.
It is up to you, but we recommend you purchase a cover or case for your device.  Remember, you are responsible for damages to the device.  Visit the Lynn University campus store, they will have covers with the Lynn logo available for sale. 
Yes!  If a device is lost or stolen we will use these tools to locate your device.