General Information about One to World
This page contains general information regarding the Barrington 220 One to World program. Please use the links below to read more about the topics on this page.
Where can I get technical support?
Tech support for your One to World device is offered at your school in the Library Media Center during school hours (including during summer school).
What is an Apple ID?
Using a personal Apple ID on an iPad or MacBook Air allows students to have personalized learning experiences with their Apple device. An Apple ID provides easy access to documents, textbooks, and other class materials. With an Apple ID, students can:
- Receive app licenses and redeem codes for textbooks purchased on the student’s behalf.
- Take notes in iBooks and access them on all their iOS devices and Mac.
- Enroll in iTunes U courses (if offered by teachers).
- Access education content.
- Add appropriate personal content to school-owned MacBook Air laptops.
- Keep certain types of documents up to date between home and school devices.
- Keep personal content, such as contacts, calendars, documents, and photos up to date on all their Apple devices.
- Back up iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch automatically.
For students under 13, Apple IDs are provided and managed by Barrington 220.
- Use a service to locate a lost or stolen iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac.
Apple ID Setup Assistance
Barrington 220 has prepared three guides to assist parents and students over the age of 13 set up an Apple ID.
Set Up a Free Email Account
Cómo Configurar una Cuenta Gratis de Correo Electrónico
Use this guide if you do not already have an email address. An email address is required to set up an Apple ID. This two-page guide instructs users in setting up an email using mail.com (a free email service that does not require a mobile phone to "verify" a new email account).
Set Up an Apple ID without a Credit Card (or Other Payment Type) Using iTunes
Cómo Configurar un ID de Apple sin una Tarjeta de Crédito (u Otro Tipo de Pago) Usando iTunes
This four-page guide instructs users over the age of 13 in setting up an Apple ID using iTunes. Using this guide, no “Payment Type” (credit card) is required to establish an Apple ID.