It is Curriculum Trak’s desire to streamline and support the efforts of educators as they engage in best practices. Due to the explosion of technology tools, managing login credentials is becoming an ever-growing concern. To help minimize this, we are happy to announce a single sign-on (SSO) option for your school’s Curriculum Trak account. Teachers can now access the curriculum information stored in Curriculum Trak through their familiar email credentials and avoid tracking yet another username and password.
The SSO feature within Curriculum Trak is a school-wide feature available to any school who manages emails through either a school Google domain (G Suite) or a Microsoft Azure account. Individual email addresses are not supported. The SSO feature, when activated, is a school-wide feature within Curriculum Trak. In other words, if you choose to use this complimentary feature within your account, everyone will be required to login through their school-provided credentials.
Changing the way teachers login to Curriculum Trak can be a little daunting, especially at this time of year, but we believe transitioning to SSO should be relatively seamless for your school. We are happy to provide support during the process. It will require some minor configuration of your Google or Microsoft Azure account which will also generate a unique client ID and access code (see the step-by-step guide below). Curriculum Trak support personnel will plug those codes into your Curriculum Trak. After those codes have been applied, teachers will continue to use your school’s unique URL to access Curriculum Trak as they always have, but rather than being asked for their Curriculum Trak credentials, they will be asked to select their email address or to login to their email accounts. From there, it will be business as usual.
If you would like to activate the SSO feature in your Curriculum Trak account, please select the relevant step-by-step guide below based on your school’s email service. You may also contact support for additional information or to set a time to work through the process.