ClassLink OneClick: Student and teacher single sign-on to AEA resources and more

SIOUX CITY, IA (Sept. 20, 2021)—Northwest AEA will host two demonstration options for educators to learn about ClassLink OneClick, which is a single sign-on to easily access AEA resources and more. The attached flyer has the registration for the free demonstrations offered from 3:45 to 4:15 p.m. on either Wednesday, Sept. 29 or Thursday, Sept. 30.

ClassLink OneClick is administered by the AEAs with local management for additional resources. It is a low maintenance solution for school administrators as no on-site district support is required.

HOW DOES CLASSLINK ONECLICK WORK?

Teachers: End the painful login process and save valuable instruction time with single sign- on access! Teachers can use one password to securely sign-in to Northwest AEA online resources, professional development system, AEA Training System and more with their district credentials.

For Students: Students may access their accounts using Google, Microsoft, or QR codes, and will see information based on the student’s credentials. For example, a third-grade student would see different resources than an eleventh-grade student. Once in the Classlink dashboard, students may access all their resources without having to log in again.

WHAT RESOURCES CAN WE ACCESS?

Northwest AEA’s media team will collaborate with your district to set up which resources are available to users.

The following apps are all possibilities available to school districts based upon their status as a teacher or student. Some resources include: Professional Development System, Northwest AEA Online Resources, Northwest AEA Media Catalog, AEA Training System, Web IEP and more!

Sign up for the training and learn more here.

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With offices in Sioux City, Sioux Center, Cherokee, Denison, Le Mars and Onawa, Northwest Area Education Agency (AEA) works in partnership with public and accredited private schools in a 10-county area of northwest Iowa to help assure that all children reach their full potential. The AEA provides special education support services, media and technology services, a variety of instructional services, professional development and leadership to promote school improvement. The Iowa General Assembly created the state’s AEA system in 1975. It is widely regarded as one of the finest in the country. For more information about Northwest AEA, visit www.nwaea.org.