Hopefully you’ve been trying out different eLearning programs for the past couple months. Now is the time to commit to the programs you’ll be using and start getting everything set up.

Purchase any subscriptions you’ll need for the number of students you’ll have. If the program you’ve chosen supports it, create a school or group account through them. It’s also a good idea to create at least one sample student account for each program you’ll be using. The visual aid of a student’s account will help when you’re onboarding students onto a new program, and you can see how a student’s activity is reflected on your teacher’s account.

Finally, make sure you can log in to the account using your school’s internet. There shouldn’t be any firewalls that block the software, but it doesn’t hurt to check everything so your first day goes as smoothly as possible.