Authentication is the way we prove something to be true or genuine. In computer terms, authentication is the way a program or website validates the identity of the user. For some, this is as simple as a tracking cookie. Others may include passwords, fingerprints, or facial or voice recognition. In some cases, two-factor authentication may also require the user to input a code received by text or email.
Everything you need for remote and hybrid learning situations to keep your students engaged and connected from anywhere.
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Eliminate distractions and connect with students using K-12's leading remote classroom management and video conferencing software.
Identify students who are at risk of suicide or possible harm to others through threats, violence, and bullying.¹
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