Connector with itslearning

Connection with itslearning

More schools are progressively deploying an e-learning environment where each student and teacher has access to information with his or her login. Which information a student or teacher can see and what actions can be performed is determined by the roles imposed on the login account.

Managing itslearning

Managing itslearning by the system administrator is a time consuming task when data is maintained (accounts created, modified and deleted) manually. The School Information System (SIS) is accurately managed by the administration and contains important information for each school. It is the perfect source of information for itslearning.

Identity and Access Management (IAM) offers the possibility to automatically manage student data in itslearning. The connection extracts relevant information from any SIS (eg., Banner, JPAMS or Power Campus) and turns it over to itslearning. Every time student information changes, this information is automatically detected by IAM and updated in itslearning. It is even possible to load the hierarchy information from the SIS in itslearning.

Other Benefits of IAM's Connection with itslearning

In addition to managing user accounts, groups and courses can be automatically updated in itslearning.

Integrated e-mail environments like Live@edu and Google Apps can also be automatically updated using the connection. Control of the email environment and its associated applications remain at the school. This connection avoids duplication, ensures that the information in itslearning is always up-to-date, saves valuable time and reduces the risk of errors.

Access to the e-learning environment can be kept synchronized to the directory service. This can be done by logging in once to the network to automatically access the e-learning environment (Single Sign On - SSO) or through password synchronization. The network password stays the same as the e-learning environment password. The student user has to remember only one password thereby reducing calls to the helpdesk to reset forgotten passwords.