This new web based software is called MySchoolBuilding. Your specific school can get to the MySchoolBuilding.com login and authenticate to your page.
It is a really great application made by SchoolDude. Built for K-12 schools and even higher (between 5 to 5000 students or higher) and is a school operation software hosted app. There are over 2100 clients at the time of this listing using the school operations management application.
Searching Twitter I found a great link to a video by SchoolDude on the MySchoolBuilding.com login and other features. You can check it at the link within the tweet.
“How did you decide to roll out your SchoolDude products?” client interview video http://vimeo.com/86131644 #schooldude #myschoolbuilding
From what I can see you get issued a MySchoolBuilding.com login with a username and password after registration. You can select your organization and put in your account number. This will take you to your school page. The link is at https://www.myschoolbuilding.com/myschoolbuilding/myorganization.asp if you are taking notes.
The login to MySchoolBuilding is simplistic in design to keep things streamlined. You won’t find many bells and whistles at the beginning. The real meat and potatoes is inside once your sign in to the application. Much of this is covered in the support community which claims to be the largest educational community on the planet (which I can believe with all of the registered users and forum posts that were seen browsing the website). You can share your own ideas but will need to sign in to participate in the discussion.
If you have a big rollout of this SchoolDude hosted software you might have alot of faculty, staff, and teachers trying to login to it. It will make it easier for your users to submit a work order. SchoolDude offers a demo of the school management software for free that is personalized and answers any specific questions you might have about the service. Register for a live demo that is available several times every week and get your own MySchoolBuilding.com login credentials for your organization.
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