McGraw-Hill Debuts Access Manager Rostering Tool
McGraw-Hill Education has introduced Access Manager, a rostering tool designed to simplify the process of moving student rosters into McGraw-Hill Education digital tools.
to information from the company, Access Manager "allows student roster
data to flow seamlessly into McGraw-Hill Education applications, and
provides administrative tools to easily manage the data." The tool is
built on the OneRoster specification, a free, open standard from the IMS Global Learning Consortium.
districts transition to digital they need for their tools, apps and
platforms to integrate seamlessly and easily via open standards," said
Rob Abel, CEO of IMS Global Learning Consortium, in a prepared
statement. Access Manager is OneRoster 1.0 Certified, and McGraw-Hill
Education has committed to the OneRoster standard as the onboarding
specification for all of its applications in the future.
Access Manager is available with numerous levels of access, including:
- Standard Access, which provides basic tools to manage digital content manually;
Access, which allows the school district to handle all user management
with a bulk user import process through a nightly automatic feed;
Access, which offers single sign-on for teachers and students, enabling
them to access content using only one username and password;
Access, which includes both Smart Access automated rostering and
content management and Direct Access single sign-on functionality; and
Access, which lets school district create custom lesson plans and
instructional maps using McGraw-Hill Education digital content,
provided on a thin Common Cartridge.
Smart, Complete and Custom Access levels offer OneRoster file support.
Further information about Access Manager can be found on McGraw-Hill Education's site.
Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.