Single sign-on

As a system administrator or district manager, learn how to set up mySciLEARN to work with your single sign-on provider.

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About single sign-on

Many school districts employ single sign-on solutions to manage access to online learning applications. Single sign-on (SSO) technology lets users enter a single username and password to access all of their learning programs from one centralized resource.

mySciLEARN supports single sign-on through the following SSO providers:

  • ClassLink
  • RapidIdentity

Set up mySciLEARN for your SSO provider

Before students can use single sign-on at your district, you’ll need to add your SSO provider settings to mySciLEARN.  The steps vary based on your provider.

mySciLEARN supports using one provider per district.

ClassLink setup steps

RapidIdentity setup steps

Sign in to mySciLEARN through your SSO provider

As a student, follow these steps to access mySciLEARN and the Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant Plus programs through your SSO dashboard.

If your students are using the mobile apps on iPad, they’ll be prompted to log in again. They can use the same username, since they match. To learn more see Is iPad supported?

  1. Open a web browser on any supported device and log in to your SSO provider.
  2. Click the mySciLEARN application in your SSO provider dashboard.
  3. The Student Exercises page opens in the browser. Choose an available assignment to start using it.

Troubleshooting single sign-on

If you have any further questions or concerns, contact Scientific Learning Customer Support.

Q: My students are taken to the mySciLEARN login page instead of being automatically logged in. Why?

A: First, make sure your students can access the other programs through the SSO provider. If so, there are a few reasons why this might be happening with mySciLEARN: