At Money Vehicle, we do our best to make sure our courses and materials are as accessible as possible. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re partnering with ClassLink, an education technology leader. Our new collaboration is aimed at providing educators with easier access to materials and bolstering students’ financial knowledge for a better financial future.
What you need to know about ClassLink: ClassLink’s expertise in simplifying digital resource access aligns with Money Vehicle’s goal of promoting financial literacy. As a preferred partner, Money Vehicle will integrate its innovative financial education platform with ClassLink’s network. This integration streamlines access to Money Vehicle’s wealth of financial learning materials for students and educators.
What you need to know about the partnership: This partnership grants students and educators’ access to interactive lessons and video resources covering personal finance topics like cash management, credit, and investing. Money Vehicle’s user-friendly platform brings students into real-world scenarios to make financial education engaging and applicable.
ClassLink’s single sign-on technology seamlessly integrates Money Vehicle’s financial education platform into existing digital ecosystems of educational institutions. This integration simplifies access and eliminates the need for cumbersome logins.
This collaboration continues to bring Money Vehicle closer to its goal of bridging the financial literacy gap. By equipping students with confidence in financial decision-making, Money Vehicle and ClassLink are making strides together to deliver a better future.
More about Money Vehicle’s integrations
As detailed in a previous blog post, Money Vehicle will likely integrate with any school’s Learning Mangement System (LMS). It’s designed to be a plug-and-play solution.
As previously detailed:
Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI), which is an education technology (often referred to, collectively, as “edtech”) specification developed by the IMS Global Learning Consortium. The specification allows for certain tools and technologies to communicate with other, external tools and technologies — for instance, a school’s LMS may use LTI to bring in and host external course content from a third party, like Money Vehicle.
As such, systems and applications that are LTI-compliant can successfully and easily integrate Money Vehicle into their system — again, so long as all systems are LTI-compliant. In short, it’s a way of making sure that all of the relevant tools in the classroom can talk to all of the other tools without issue.
And yes, Money Vehicle should be able to seamlessly integrate with most school districts’ systems.
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