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ClassLink empowers over 6 million students worldwide with instant access to their digital learning resources. Browse the case studies below to find out why school districts, small and large, prefer ClassLink as their Single Sign-On solution.
Laguna Beach USD saves instructional time and promotes bell-to-bell teaching with SSO
Students take “just a few seconds” to sign-on to ClassLink every morning. Lost instructional time—due to forgotten passwords or searching for digital tools—- is a thing of the past. With sign-on and access issues out of the way, using digital tools to enhance learning is easier for teachers and students.
A One-Stop-Shop for Establishing Consistent, Easy Access to Technology
With ClassLink in place, the district now has a one-stop-shop for SSO, rostering, provisioning and remote access. By eliminating the need to for several platforms to address their access issues, Compton didn’t just solve access problems—they also saved time and money.
How Val Verde Unified Saves Instructional Time and Money with ClassLink
With ClassLink SSO, students access all their digital learning resources quickly and easily with just one set of login credentials to remember. Even kindergarteners use facial recognition to easily log in to their Chromebooks. “We’ve had over 3 million launches using ClassLink in our district,” enthuses Superintendent Michael R. McCormick.
Orange County Uses ClassLink to Deliver Entire Library of Digital Resources
The implementation of ClassLink was successful with strong collaboration between both OCPS and ClassLink IT teams. ClassLink’s engineering team quickly enabled single sign-on to the District’s entire library of digital resources and file access with Active Directory integration.
Leveraging Single Sign-on to Improve Access and Save Money
District leaders use ClassLink Analytics to monitor resource usage and find it is useful for informing renewal decisions. The district is excited to leverage OneSync by summer 2019 to fully automate their account provisioning.
Georgia District Delivers Seamless Access to Web Applications with Single Sign-On (SSO)
District administrators see the benefits of improved access behind the scenes, as usage data provided in ClassLink Analytics allows them to track which learning applications are adding value. They can now answer questions about how many users are logging in and which resources they are using, even revealing after hours and weekend usage.
QuickCards: Making Single Sign-On Even Easier for Younger Students
Leon County Schools helped refine the concept and implementation of QuickCards, now available to ClassLink schools around the world. Within 24 hours, ClassLink built QuickCard by ClassLink, a brand new, streamlined app designed for five- and six-year-old students to operate independently.