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Apple Configurator for OS X Lion makes it easy for anyone to deploy iPhone, iPad and iPod touch in their school or business. Apple Configurator can be used to quickly configure large numbers of iOS devices with the settings, apps and data you specify for your students, employees or customers.

Apple Configurator can set a variety of device attributes, settings, and content, including:

  • iOS updates

  • Lock screen and wallpaper

  • Device name

  • Installed apps

  • Installed documents

  • Configuration profiles (including passcode policy, restrictions, Wi-Fi, VPN, and more settings)

You can also create a backup of one device’s settings, data, wallpaper, and Home screen layout and restore it to other devices.

For more information and deployment examples, see the Apple Configurator User Guide.


Find Your iPad (better safe than sorry)

Teaching like its 2999 blog

iPad2 User Guide

Guided Tours

One School's Initial iPad Set-up

Top 5 Things to Do When You Get Your iPad2

The iPad Classroom

iPads in the middle school

iOS Deployment Guide (from Apple US)

iCloud w/ iOS 5

iOS 5 Features

5 things to do before upgrading to iOS5

iPad deployment with iOS 5 upgrade step-by-step

iPad deployment: IOS 5 upgrade strategy and steps Posted on October 26, 2011 by Mark O'Neill

Upgrading to iOS5 ----

Updating to a New iOS instructions

Using iOS5- your guide to the latest and greatest mobile system


iTunes Store Terms and Conditions

Epsom iPad Trial Bog Post: Trying to be legal but no one likes to talk about it. (February 18th, 2011)

I Education Apps Review

Directory of Educational Resources on the Web

CPS iPad App List

iPads for Learning Apps

Apps in Education

Apps in Education- Discovering Apps that Inspire and Engage Learning

App Friday

Free App Alert

Free apps 4 U

I Ear - teaching apps
REACH Hand-out

Apple's iOS Developer Program

Create Your Own Apps

Mr. lee's Student App Recommendations

SpedApps2: Applications of Applications for Special Populations wiki

So what's on the iPad for the kid in your class with a Hearing Impairment?

Digital Content

Learn how to use the online Resources Catalog (Services for Students with Visual Impairments) to discover what is available and in what format: large print, sound recording, video, electronic resource.

A digital repository is a secure online database that houses digital versions of most authorized grades 4 to 12 student basic textbooks for language arts, mathematics, social studies and science. Individual publishers cooperated to make this digital repository a reality. Check out the flyer for more information.

Digital Repository of Textbooks for Students with Disabilities

Class Profiles

UDL Class Profile Maker


CAST website

Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning

The Universally Designed Classroom: Accessible Curriculum and Digital Technologies
A Practical Reader in Universal Design for Learning

How Going Blind Made Me a Stronger Principal and How Including Children with Disabilities Made Our School Better for Everyone