Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. This means that you only have to be logged into one system, application or website, which will allow you to log into multiple other places with that same user.
Your Google account is a good example for this: it allows you to use Gmail, Calendar, Drive, and other Google-based applications, as well as logging into other non-Google-based sites without having to create an account for each new site.
CoderZ allows SSO with the following platforms:
On the CoderZ Login page, click the 'Sign in with Google' button.
Enter your Google credentials in the pop-up window that opens and your account will be registered.
On the CoderZ Login page, click the 'Sign in with ClassLink' button.
Enter your ClassLink credentials
On the CoderZ Login page, click the 'Sign in with Clever' button.
Search for your school and select it from the list
After finding your school name, input your Clever account username and password:
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