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BYOD program

VSC BYOD Program (Bring Your Own Device)

All students from Years 7 to 9 will continue to use iPads. Students in Year 10 can continue to use their iPads, but should be transitioning to Laptops for Year 11 & 12.

Configure BYOD devices for use at VSC

Follow the VSC Internet Access document procedure for your device type.

Printing from BYOD devices

To setup printing on your BYOD device follow this link.
http://papercut.vermontsc.vic.edu.au:9163/setup/

Microsoft Office 365 Education Plus

To access and install Office 365 use this link.
https://login.microsoftonline.com/
The username and password for your Office 365 account is your VSC email and password.
NOTE: Upon leaving the school your access to VSC Office 365 will be removed and any files online with Microsoft will be deleted.

Adobe Creative Cloud and Sketchup Pro

To install Adobe CC or Sketchup Pro on your Windows or Mac BYOD computer visit VermontSC ITsupport in room C22.

Licensing model: These software titles are licensed for use on School owned, leased and ‘bring your own’ devices (BYOD) in Victorian Government Secondary schools only.
BYO devices must be registered on the School Computer census and the software removed should the student/staff member leave the school.

Purchasing iPad or Laptop

Families can purchase devices from any reliable source however for convenience Vermont Secondary College has entered into a partnership with JB Hi-Fi Educational Solutions. 
Once a product has been selected, students will be able to add accessories to best suit the device.
An insurance cover option has also been provided as an optional addition, which protects the student’s device from accidental damage.
There are also various Finance Options to families. This includes a one-off upfront payment via Eftpos/BPAY/CreditCard or the option to enter into a rental agreement or 12 month interest free Credit Card Payment Plan.

https://www.jbeducation.com.au/byod/
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