PERSONALIZED LEARNING SYSTEMS
Apply for Access to Schoology
The oneAccess Request System allows school employees to request for new or additional user role access to the Schoology application. This electronic method is faster and easier for both users applying for user roles as well as administrators authorizing requests. This application is available via the LAUSD network and from home over the Internet.
Benefits of using oneAccess
» No more paper forms*
» Faster processing time
» Automatic emails sent to user upon approval
NOTE: You must have an active District Single Sign-On (SSO) account to use the system. oneAccess can also be used to request a new or reactivate a District Single Sign-On (SSO) account.
The following resources are available to assist with requesting user access to Schoology:
» oneAccess User Guide - Schoology Application Role Requests
The Guide to Schoology User Roles will help you decide which user role(s) to apply for and as an administrator, which user roles to approve.
- Useful Links
- LMS Online Gradebook Policy
REF-098500 Implementing a Learning Management System (LMS) in TK-12 Classrooms
The purpose of this reference guide is to provide all Los Angeles Unified (L.A. Unified) schools with guidelines and procedures for implementing the District-adopted Learning Management System (LMS), Schoology.
This guide describes the policies that L.A. Unified employees shall follow, when using the LMS, Schoology. Following the guidelines in this document will help ensure the security and privacy of student and employee data in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), other federal and state regulations, and District policies governing the release of personally identifiable information (PII).
BUL-2332.7 - Elementary School Progress Report Marking Practices and Procedures
The elementary progress report policy is designed to develop a consistent, comprehensive system for reporting student progress. This includes measures for early identification of students at risk of not meeting grade level standards and for early systems of parent notification in accordance with California Education Code, Sections 48070 and 48070.5. The elementary progress report is computerized and will continue to be implemented at all elementary school sites.
Learning Management System Online Gradebook Grade Entry Minimum Requirements At-A-Glance
Attachment B from BUL-2332.7, The LMS Online Gradebook Grade Entry Minimum Requirements At-A-Glance, outlines grade entry requirements expected for 2018 - 2021.
REF-6302.2 - Elementary Official Roll Book
The purpose of this Reference guide is to provide the definition of an elementary roll book and all of its required components for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Included are procedures for inputting assignments and student marks in the Learning Management System (LMS) and certifying roll book records. Procedures for properly saving and destroying documents are detailed.
RF-6294.3 - Secondary Official Roll Book
The purpose of this Reference Guide is to provide the definition of a roll book and all of its required components for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).
Included are procedures for inputting student marks in the Learning Management System (LMS) and verifying course records within My Integrated Student Information System (MiSiS).
Online Gradebook Notification Letter
On May 9, 2017, the Board of Education approved funding and implementation of the Learning Management System (LMS), Schoology. The Modified Consent Decrees mandates the use of an integrated online gradebook. Beginning with the start of the 2017-2018 school year, the use of the Schoology gradebook, which integrates with MiSiS, will be implemented at all secondary schools as required by the Modified Consent Decree. Learn more...
- Why a Learning Management System?
Schoology supports the District’s commitment to 21st century learning by equipping teachers with a robust digital tool that supports distance and blended learning opportunities. Implementing a learning management system will be key in preparing all students to be digital learners who use technology tools to graduate ready for success in college and careers.