Introducing Student Sign-ins for SMART Learning Suite

Joseph Sanfilippo
Director of eLearning
News on December 28 2018


The latest SMART release enables individual student sign-ins for SMART Learning Suite

With SMART’s latest release for SMART Learning Suite, students now have the ability to log in to SMART activities with either a Google or Microsoft email. This allows students to engage with any activity that’s delivered through SMART Learning Suite, or enabled with SMART iQ, like the following:

  • ClassLab Activities
  • Monster Quiz
  • Response 2
  • SMART Notebook Player App on iQ
  • SMART Learning Suite Online

This feature also allows the teacher to see whether participating students are logged in as a guest, or if they logged in with their email.

Watch the video below to see the student sign-in in action.


Here are some of the benefits of student sign-ins:

Accountability & Classroom Management
While there is a use for self-identification or guest sign-in, having the ability for students to log in with an email is a great feature. It allows the teacher to know exactly who is participating in ClassLab, Response 2, and SMART Learning Suite Online activities.

Out-of-Class Assignments with SLS Online
SMART Learning Suite Online includes a feature that enables a teacher to make SMART Notebook files accessible outside of class when a teacher needs to run an activity. For example, this feature allows a teacher to provide independent and group activities for homework. Students are required to sign in with an email account to access this feature, and once a student is signed in they can continue working with the content independently or in a group. This new feature will also remember any student contributions if the teacher continues the lesson at a later time.

Future Considerations
Now that SMART has included the ability for students to sign in, it opens the door to add more activities that track progress and/or contributions to specific students. This gives the teacher a better view on student learning, participation, and overall comprehension.

If you want to learn more about SMART Learning Suite and how it connects to devices, visit our professional development platform, Teq Online PD!

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