Learning login is a great way to familiarize students with the basic concepts of online security. Most websites will have a Log In or Sign In link on their home page, and the user will need to enter his or her email address or other types of username and password, then click a button to log in with the account. The user will also need to know how to log out when he or she is finished using the account, as not all sites handle this process in the same way.
The best way to help your students learn to log in is by providing them with printed instructions. This can be done by visiting this page and selecting “Student Login Instructions”. Teachers can then select their preferred method of sharing the login instructions with their students:
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If a student gets an error when trying to log in, it usually means that they have entered either the wrong email address or password. It is important that they try again, as these errors will usually clear up on their own in a short amount of time. If they are still unable to log in, they can try again later.
If a student is having trouble with the Adobe Learning Manager, they can try signing in with their Google Account by clicking on the “Sign in with Google” button on this page. They will need to have a current active Google account in order for this option to work.