We arrived at school on February 16th and were asked to comply with BVSD’s new password management system if you logged into a desktop, CB, tablet, iPad, etc. I chose the 5000 questions to answer instead of the incredibly efficient email or pin number to start the process of S.S.O. – Single Sign-On. IT kindly corrected me and said I answered only 5 questions….not 5000. It looks like 5000, so whatever.
I hadn’t looked at CIO Andrew Moore’s blog or email from February 15th regarding the new S.S.O. portal….until today. The rollout is amazing for both teachers AND students, so keep reading!
Start by doing yourself and your students a favor by bookmarking: my.bvsd.org. Once you get there, this will pop up:
“One-stop” shopping icons appear for things I use on a regular basis: Gmail, Calendar, Drive, IC, My Passport, Schoology and the IT Service Request app. Thank you BVSD and IT!
If the February 15th email from Andrew Moore was TLDR*, see below or just bookmark my.bvsd.org. It’s worth the 5000, er, 5 security questions to answer that “proactively manage the security of your identity and BVSD data!”
*Too Long, Didn’t Read. But….if you read this and would like to know about Google Level 1 Teacher Certification, let me know. 😉