Single Sign-On and Rostering: Why Districts Are Going in a New Direction | Edtech Events

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Single Sign-On and Rostering: Why Districts Are Going in a New Direction

Online Aug 22 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Price: Free


Join us for this edWebinar to learn from one of Tennessee’s top-performing school districts where teachers and students enjoy fast, secure, and equitable technology access for all. From single sign-on and rostering to communication and training, their keys to unlocking edtech’s potential ensure the door is always open. Find out how….and how you can do it too.

Larry Jones, IT Network Administrator at Greeneville City Schools in Greeneville, TN, and Megan Uotila, Director of Instructional Technology at ClassLink, will demonstrate:

  • Why school districts are moving away from in-house and/or inflexible systems to a customizable single sign-on option for students and teachers
  • How this change creates a fast, easy, and sustainable win for the district while meeting the needs of instruction along the way
  • Why factors such as security, flexibility, and expanding resource libraries are driving districts towards next-gen platforms
  • How individualized access is leading to organizational improvements in utilization
  • How analytics as a function of single sign-on and rostering is informing strategic level decisions

Larry will share success stories with ClassLink, the leading single sign-on platform in education today. Learn about the importance of access, the value in an inclusive approach to sign-on, and the essentials for realizing the full potential of digital learning. Larry will give a first-hand account of what it’s like to evaluate, implement, and manage a robust single sign-on, class-rostering, and analytics platform.

School and district leaders, IT network administrators, directors of technology, and CIOs will benefit from attending this session. There will be time to get your questions answered after Larry and Megan’s presentation.

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