Note: this article is about the Ruovesi interface version. If your interface looks different, please see this article instead.
With a school account, there are several ways to integrate students:
- Create accounts using a CSV file
- Share an invitation code that students will be asked to enter while registering
- Using Azure AD tenancy
- Using Suite G Integration
- UseLTI integration with your LMS
From the My School link on the top navigation bar, select School Settings. Scroll down to the bottom and click the blue Add Students to School button.
A dialog box will open. Download the template provided and fill in your students' information. Passwords must be at least 8 characters long with numbers and letters, and the CSV is limited to 500 users. After uploading the filled in CSV, the accounts will be created and the students will be able to access their accounts.
Group Invitation Code
Another method is through group invitation codes. As your teachers set up their accounts, they will create groups for each of their classes or courses. Each group has its own invitation code. Students can enter the code when they register.
If your school uses Azure for the listing, you have the option to configure an Azure integration so that every time someone uses their Microsoft 365 login, they are automatically incorporated into the organization
Please see this article for detailed instructions.
Suite G Integration
If your school or district uses G Suite, you can enable our G Suite integration that will automatically add all students and teachers from your domain to your school in ThingLink, as long as they sign up with their Google accounts.
Learn more about the G Suite integration here.
LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability)
LTI is a standard that allows you to integrate ThingLink with your LTI-compliant LMS. With LTI integration in place, your students and teachers can access ThingLink from your LMS without registration or login. Read more about LTI integration LTI here.