La Grange, IL, October 3, 2012 – LiveText, a leading provider of outcomes-based learning assessment and accreditation management solutions for higher education, has announced seamless single sign-on (SSO) capabilities for Desire2Learn (D2L), a learning management system (LMS) that also serves higher ed. LiveText already supports single sign-on for a variety of LMS’s including Blackboard™ and Moodle™.
Single sign-on (SSO) uses centralized authentication servers that independent applications utilize for authentication purposes, and combines this with techniques to ensure that users do not have to actively enter their credentials more than once. A user logs in once and is able to gain access to all approved systems, in this case, LiveText and D2L.
LiveText’s SSO feature provides users with the convenience of one-click access to multiple applications with high levels of security. Users are not required to remember multiple username and/or passwords to log into different applications. LiveText’s SSO reduces password fatigue from different username and password combinations, reduces time spent re-entering passwords for the same identity, and can also reduce credential-based inquiries to campus IT departments.
LiveText is the leading provider of community-centered web tools, expert consulting services, and broad support services for colleges and universities facing the challenges of accreditation. For more than a decade, LiveText’s standards-based learning assessment and Accreditation Management System™ has provided the most advanced, flexible, and intuitive web-based tools for developing, assessing, and measuring student learning and institutional effectiveness. LiveText is committed to user-community collaboration for the development of the most effective technology solutions intended to expand the student and faculty learning processes, facilitate institutional growth, and support continuous improvement of higher education.
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