Clifton, NJ – February 21, 2018 – ClassLink, the leader in single sign-on, class rostering, and learning resource analytics, announced a strategic partnership with the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU13) of Lancaster, PA. The Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 is an education service agency dedicated to delivering services to Lancaster and Lebanon counties’ 22 public school districts. The core mission of improving student learning is at the forefront of their decision to partner with ClassLink.
“We’re excited to collaborate with an organization like IU13, “stated ClassLink VP of Instructional Technology, Bob Chappell. Chappell continued, “As partners, ClassLink and IU13 will leverage single sign-on technology to eliminate the need to log in to each application; creating faster access, and returning lost instructional time to the classroom for thousands of students and teachers across the state of Pennsylvania.”
ClassLink offers the following features that will address the technology needs of Pennsylvania schools:
- ClassLink LaunchPad enables single sign-on access to over 6,000 programs including web, Windows, and Google applications, and instant access to files at school and in the cloud. ClassLink users receive a personalized dashboard showing all of their connected resources and applications in one single view.
- ClassLink Roster Server easily and securely delivers class rosters to any publisher using open technology standards.
- ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers the usage data they need to make a better-informed decision about the resources they use.
IU13 is among a growing number of service agencies across the country that are partnering with ClassLink to bring next-generation technologies to their schools.