Single sign-on

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Learn how to set up MySciLEARN to work with your single sign-on provider.

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.

Which single sign-on providers are supported?

MySciLEARN supports ClassLink, a popular provider with thousands of apps.

Who can use single sign-on?

MySciLEARN supports SSO for students only; staff users are not supported at this time.

Which devices are supported?

Students can use SSO with any MySciLEARN supported device, as long as that device is also supported by their SSO provider.

Are iPad apps supported?

Since ClassLink provides SSO through a web browser, it works seamlessly with our web based apps on iPad—Foundations I, Foundations II, and Reading Assistant Plus. Because of the way iPad manages their mobile apps, students will be prompted to log in again when using our legacy mobile apps on iPad—RPI, Literacy, Reading, and Language legacy apps.

Does MySciLEARN support rostering?

MySciLEARN does not support rostering with single sign-on at this time.

How can I set up single sign-on for my students?

To set up single sign-on, just add your SSO provider ID to MySciLEARN, then follow the usual steps from your provider to make the MySciLEARN program available to the students at your district.

For steps see Set up single sign-on for your students.

Set up single sign-on for your students

Follow these three steps to start using single sign-on at your district.

Only district managers can perform the first step. Step 2 may require help from a school or district manager.

How students use MySciLEARN through an SSO provider

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

If your students are using the mobile apps on iPad—RPI, Literacy, Reading, and Language legacy apps—they’ll be prompted to log in again. They can use the same username, since they match. To learn more see Are iPad apps supported?

  1. Open a web browser on any supported device and log in to your SSO provider dashboard.
  2. Click the mySciLEARN icon.
  3. The Student Exercises page opens on a new tab or page in the browser.

  4. Choose any available program to start a training session.