Login link or QR-Codes for pupil login to Reading App

As a teacher, you can share a unique link or a QR-code with your pupils for them to access their own digital Reading Diary. The unique links and QR-codes are available for distribution in the Lexplore Results Portal.

This article will explain the steps you can take to share those links described above and how you can grant access to the pupils to log their activity in their digital Reading Diary. Login links can be found and copied from both on pupil settings as well as on the admin page for the class.

This action requires you to be logged in to the Lexplore Results Portal

Give access to the Reading Diary by sharing a link

  1. Link from Class-list (preferable if you are giving access to a whole class)
    1. From the results view, filter down to the class in which you wish to share the log-in for the Reading Diary.
    2. Click on the cog that appears in the top right corner and this will display the pupils within that class.
    3. You will then see a column with Title Login, and a "COPY LINK" button for each pupil. The link is unique to that pupil.

  2. Link from pupil profile
    1. From the results view, filter down to the pupil you wish to share the log-in for the Reading Diary. Click on the cog in the upper right corner.
    2. Click on 'Login' on the left-hand side menu.  
  3. Click "COPY LINK" and then distribute the link to your pupils via email, Google Classroom, Teams, or by your school's preferred method.
    -> When the pupil clicks on their unique link, they will be automatically logged in to their own Reading Diary. No password is required.

Where to find QR-codes for Reading Diary

  1. From the results view, filter down to the class in which you wish to share the log-in for the Reading Diary.

  2. Click on the cog that appears in the top right corner and this will display the pupils within that class.
  3. In the top right corner, you will see the button called 'LOGIN QR CODES'.
  4. Click on 'LOGIN QR CODES' and you will be presented with a page of QR-codes for every pupil in your class. These codes are also unique for each pupil. You can save them and then have them printed out.
  5. Each pupil can then scan their unique QR-code with either a laptop or a tablet to login to their own Reading Diary. Again no password is required. 

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