For some schools/districts that choose this particular rostering and provisioning method, instead of Lab-Aids assigning licenses to individual teachers and students directly, this process relies on a School Admin that can roster students, teachers, and other staff, then distribute licenses to teachers. In addition, the School Admin also creates “Classes” within your online portal that associate teachers and students accordingly.
Most schools should already have a designated person to handle such rostering and provisioning demands for online educational services. Often, this is a curriculum specialist or IT person in a school/district. If this role does not already exist, a person needs to be selected who will handle this responsibility. The School Admin should have access to your school's class rosters via your Student Information System (SIS). They should know which teachers, students, and classes that need access to which content.
For some schools/districts that choose a different rostering/provisioning method (such as access codes), there is no official "Admin" role, but instead there is a set of people responsible for communicating to teachers and students how everyone creates an account and gains access to the correct content.
If your school or district uses Lab-Aids' online Portals and are wondering who your Admin is, please reach out to us for assistance.