~Name of Site Coordinator: The Site Coordinator is the person with authority over AKCIS for the site. ACPE staff will only be authorized to release usernames, passwords, and site specific information to this person. For example: At a local high school, the Site Coordinator might be the principal, and the Site Administrator could be the lead counselor or career resource educator.
~~Name of Site Administrator: The Site Administrator is the person who will be providing assistance to staff and users at the site. They will handle administrative duties and may coordinate trainings. For example: At a local high school, the Site Coordinator might be the principal, and the Site Administrator could be the lead counselor or career resource educator.
Participation in the AKCIS Listserv
When you register as a new AKCIS site, your primary contacts are automatically added to the AKCIS Listserv. This process will generate a confirmation message that you've joined successfully. This service will be used to make announcements for new releases, site changes, training, and any other exciting news you should know throughout the year.
Using IP Addresses for Logging In
Did you know that your site can be setup to use an IP address login along with, or instead of, your username and password for users? This is an option for sites with computer labs for clients or students to access AKCIS throughout the day. With an IP address login, you don't have to give out the username and password repeatedly for each person wishing to log in. For example: A large college or library may have a computer lab with 10-30 computers their students or clients can use on a daily basis. It may be more logical to have the IP addresses for those computers registered with AKCIS so that any individual using the computer could be logged into the site's account directly without having to obtain the site's username and password. For more information or to have this type of login established, call AKCIS at (877) 269-7974.
The IDEAS™ Assessment is not available in the basic version of AKCIS, but may be obtained by requesting and paying the accompanying fees identified on the Optional Products Order Form.