We are glad to introduce to you two new services we recently implemented (i.e., Single Sign-On (SSO) and self-service Password Manager Solution), which now enable users to access multiple applications using just a single set of credentials that can be managed by users through multi-factor authentication.
Single Sign-On (SSO) means that you no longer need to log in with different login credentials for logging into each application.
Here is your single login screen for all the seminary’s online software applications designated for you:
Logging into this screen will take you to the following screen, from which you can launch all applications, such as LES email box, Populi, ProQuest, and EBSCO, depending on your roles, available to you with just a single click.
In addition to this feature, with self-service Password Manager and multi-factor authentication, you no longer need to wait for the IT help desk to reset forgotten passwords.
Use the Forgot Password link and reset them in just a matter of a few steps via your recovery email or security questions.
In our continuous efforts to make campus IT more secure, we have implemented 2-Factor Authentication, which means you may be asked to punch in a verification code that will be sent to you via email to be able to reset your password.
We hope that these initiatives will deliver a seamless, secure experience for your usage of the campus’ IT resources in a more efficient manner.