[aisle] Tagging iPad Bricks and Cords

Alonzi, Mary malonzi at glenview34.org
Wed May 29 10:29:24 CDT 2019


My district used to put a pre-printed Avery label on each brick with the
student's name and team on it. The cord was not labeled. The iPAD also had
an Avery label with the student's name on it. The cords were never labeled.

At the beginning of the school year when iPADs bricks and cords were
distributed each child would put their own labels on their iPAD and the

Thank you,

Mary Alonzi
LRC Director
Springman Middle School

On Wed, May 29, 2019 at 8:10 AM Amy Bendall via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Hi,
> Our district recently went 1:1 with iPads and it has been a complete *disaster
> *as far as collecting cords and cables.
> Instead of insisting that all chargers go home, the district gave the kids
> a choice (oh and did I mention none of it was barcoded or tagged in any way
> that it was school property) so the kids just took each other’s and now we
> are trying to collect them (LOL).
> I know we are not the first school to roll out 1:1 with iPads. How does
> your school handle the brick and cord? Are both pieces tagged? Do they all
> go home? How do they charge them at school?
> Thank you! We definitely need some work and since no one else is trying to
> solve this debacle, I am putting it on myself to solve :☺
> Thanks,
> Amy
> Amy Bendall
> Antioch CCSD 34 District Library Media Specialist
> Antioch, IL
> 847-838-8335
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Mary Alonzi, National Board Certified Teacher in Library Media, 2011-
Co-Head of CASLN a chapter of AISLE
LRC Director
Springman Middle School
Glenview CCSD34
2701 Central Road
Glenview, IL 60025

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