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Getting Started with Our Members-Only Website

Getting Started with Our Members-Only Website

Learn more about the members-only section of our website!

If you weren’t aware, we have a members-only portion of our website. It’s fairly new, but we already have a lot of great content available. The Teaching & Learning team has courses on:

  • FERPA
  • Substitute Teacher Training
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • ELL Basics
  • Hazardous Communications
  • Child Abuse
  • Bullying Prevention
  • Parental Outreach
  • Racial & Ethnic Education
  • Diabetes Management
  • Autism

These are great courses with amazing content, and once your teachers and staff complete them, they get a certificate.

I currently have two courses posted along with a variety of helpful resources:

  • Google Classroom
  • Creating a Self-Grading Test/Quiz with Google Apps

In the next few weeks, I will be uploading a lot more Google classes, and I’m open to any suggested technology training you or your staff might want!

Ok, so enough with the great stuff behind the wall. How do you access it? Everyone who works at your district is eligible for a free account. Just head on over to http://opsrcmembers.net/ and click on the “Register Now” link in the top menu.

You'll then be presented with a form. Fill that out, making sure to register using your school e-mail address. We will go through and verify that every registrant has an OPSRC-member school email address. If you use a personal email, you will get booted from the system and asked to register again.

Once you’re done filling out the form, click on the “Login” link in the top menu and log in using the information you just provided! You have instant access. Additionally, you should also get an email confirming your access to the site. If you forget your login information it’s not a problem. We have a link for you to reset your password.

Your district faculty and staff can get INSTANT access to this great library that will only continue to grow as time goes on.

As always, if you have any questions feel free to reach out to me and I’ll be glad to help!

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