AirServer Troubleshooting Tips
Before using Airserver each day, your LTP Laptop should be restarted. As a rule, restart your computer every day . It also MUST be done after you have used your computer outside of the school!
Before using AirServer for the first time
Ensure that your LTP Laptop Mac OS (read more)
In addition to sets of iPads, each elementary grade-level classroom will receive the following:
Kensington Sync & Charge Cabinet
The cabinets come with a power cable, syncing cable, hardware, and two keys. The syncing cable and screws can be stored. Each cabinet comes with two keys. The keys are unique to each cabinet so be (read more)
Frequently Asked Questions What technology do I have access to in my building to support teaching and learning?
Click here for a list of district-provided technology. Individual schools may have additional technology available through grants, donations, and school purchases.
Where should I go for help?
Your Building Technology Coordinator, STEM Coordinator, Learning Technology Coach, (read more)
Starting March 16th, 2017 all Non-LTP funded iPads purchased through the SVVSD tech store will now be managed and added to our SVVSD MDM. Check out the FAQ’s and workflow process below.
What does this means for schools and departments within SVVSD ?
Schools and departments who want to purchase iPads to supplement their (read more)
LANrev Apps 2.0 Modern look and feel Filter apps by category and name Remove configuration profiles (available from the profile tab) Pull to refresh data at any time Information is kept up to date in the background NOTICE: The “Install All’ option in the upper right will be removed in a later version. Do NOT (read more)
These are instructions for launching TestNav and running the App Check. I’m using a Mac, but the steps are the same for Windows and Chromebooks. On Windows, the shortcut should be on the Desktop. On a Chromebook, it should be under Apps on the login screen. You won’t need to log in to the Chromebook (read more)
This page was designed to help you navigate the YouTube filter when you are at a site covered by the St. Vrain Valley School District wifi network.
You will find information on the following:
How YouTube’s filter impacts students and teachers. How instructional staff can get access to view all YouTube videos and approve a (read more)
Apple Classroom is an app that is installed on a teacher’s iPad to help guide students through a lesson and see their progress. It is currently in pilot at the elementary level with Shared iPads.
Shared iPad allows multiple students to log into a single iPad with their managed Apple IDs.
These directions are to configure and setup LTP provided, Zebra 2D scanners.
To enable scanning of barcodes and QR codes with LTP Zebra 2D scanners, use the following 3 steps:
Plug the device into the USB port in your Thin Client or laptop. Download and print (read more)
Shared iPad is Apple’s solution for providing a personalized experience for multiple students who share a single iPad. Advantages of Shared iPad include:
Students have their own “space” on the iPad to save work that is protected from accidental modification or deletion by another student. Student work is uploaded and saved to iCloud, making it (read more)