By the way, it is pronounced “cchool-ogy”, not “schoo-ah-logy” Logging in
Select “Log into your School”. DO NOT select “Login with Schoology” – that will not work.
The “Normal” way, using the app
AFTER you have logged in, fire up Notability, call up your assignment. Select “Share….”, then select Schoology. You will be prompted to select a class, assignment, etc.
But if the app is not working for some reason, here is another path:
Using the Web
Surf to LMS.mountdesales.net, and get logged in. In Notability, Select “Share…”. Select “Save to Files….” Suggestion: Create a folder named after your class, or the teacher. Save the file. Switch to the web browser and your class, then call up the assignment. Click on the File icon [ it is next to the microphone]. Select “From Your iPad”. That should call up the files app, where you can select your file and upload it. Using Google Docs with Schoology
If you are creating text using Google Docs to submit to Schoology, you first need to convert it to a PDF before submitting.
Press the three dots next to the doc Press send a copy Select pdf format Save to files
[Thanks to Russell Gregory].
As of January 27, 2022, Apple released an update to IOS 15 that plugs a major security hole. Update your iPad at home. TONIGHT. It is **that** critical.
Settings –> General –> Software Update
Note: If you don’t see an update pending, then check each night for the next week.
What does it fix? Attackers can steal your recent browser history, and even details about your logged accounts [such as Google].
The bug affects all browsers on the iPad – which would mean Chrome AND Firefox are vulnerable as well as Safari.
SHOULD I PANIC?
No. This is a reality of living in the 21st century. In the 1950’s we were told to lock our cars, in the 1960’s to lock our doors. Now we have to keep our devices updated.
I’D LIKE TO KNOW MORE.
CLICK HERE for an article about the issue, and HERE for Apple’s Release notes.
MY IPAD IS OUT OF ROOM AND I CANNOT UPDATE.
Make more room on your ipad – see THIS ARTICLE for help. Come by the ARC. We *can get your ipad updated, but it will take several hours.
I HAVE QUESTIONS
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask away.
If you are having trouble printing on your iPad – AND other students **can** print – here are some things to check:
Are you printing to the correct printer? A surprising number of students stand by one printer while their documents is being printed in the other building.
Bump your Network.
This is more than just turning your Wi-Fi off and then on. You want your iPad to “forget” the MDS-student network, then reconnect it. This often clears the decks and allows your ipad to find the printer.