The online books will be available for the entire school year, beginning August 1, 2019 through June 29, 2020.
If you wish to have access to files for the following school year, the school simply renews its license. Reactivation of access occurs after renewal.
How is access established?
After ordering via phone, the teacher or school administrator will be given one (1) password per student.
Must I use your password or can I create my own?
We assign each school a password that is designed to eliminate any technology issues so that you can experience full, unobstructed access to all the resources and material available online. Each password is user-friendly and audience-appropriate.
What will I be able to do online?
With online accessibility, your digital curriculum includes extra functionality on any computer or web-capable device. Students will be able to not only read the text, but highlight and take notes, as well as use a search function.
At this time, users cannot print it, or use the copy/paste function.
What if something isn't working? What kind of tech support is available?
Loyola Press stands by each of our products and are happy to help with any service or technical issues that may arise about the digital publication resources and online tools and any issues with passwords. Specific technical support within the school is the responsibility of the individual school.
One administrator account is issued to each customer. The Administrator account can view and edit login information for all the student edition books that have been purchased.
NOTE: The Administrator account can be shared but only one person may be logged into the Administrator account at a time.
Managing Student Editions
When student edition books are purchased, a username and password is generated for each student book.
To access the usernames and passwords for all the student books, log into the Administrator account at https://digital.loyolapress.com/ and enter the Administrator credentials provided by Loyola Press via email.
In the left pane of the Administrator screen, click the link for Registered Licensees. From this page you can use the “Print/Spreadsheet Format” link to print and distribute these credentials to teachers or students.
To make it easier for the students to remember their login Username and Password, you can enter an Alternative Username, e.g., "Jane" and an Alternative Password, e.g., "Jane123".
Recommendations for Organizing Student Edition Books
Since only one Administrator account is provided, we suggest the following method for organizing student edition books across multiple teachers and classrooms.
- Choose a grouping identifier, such as teacher initials, class number, or meeting time.
- Use this identifier before the Student\'s name entered in the Name field.
For example, for the teacher Mary Smith, you might enter each of the students’ names preceded by "MS"; e.g., MS Robert Dawson, MS Rosaria Soto, etc.
- Print and distribute the student edition credentials.