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New Member Benefit: Custom Login Pages and Member Forums on ProLiteracy Education Network
Posted by Jessica Gilmour on December 09, 2019 in categoryCEO DeskcategoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips

ProLiteracy Education Network Custom Member Login Pages

We’re excited to announce the launch of custom login pages and member forums for every Organizational Member as a new member benefit on ProLiteracy Education Network.

Each custom login page (like the one you see here) features a custom banner branded with your logo. Organizations can choose from five different images. The login page describes what users will find on Education Network and invites them to create an account or login if they already have an account. By using the Create Account button on a custom login page, users are automatically affiliated with your organization, making it easier for them to access the benefits that are part of your membership.

Your custom login page is easy to access through your easy to remember custom Education Network URL. Most URLs are created from your organization’s web address so they are easy to remember. For example, if your web address is readingisgreat.org, your custom URL will be proliteracyednet.org/readingisgreat.

Each organization will also have an exclusive forum available only to users who are associated with your organization. You can use the forum to share instructional videos and “how-tos,” post important forms like your monthly tutor report, or facilitate discussions around issues important to your literacy program. Here’s an example from Indy Reads, who uses its forum to post training videos and assignments for volunteers going through tutor training.

Click here to watch a video and learn more. Or, if you want to sign up, click here and complete the form.

 





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