The Implementation Guides provide a written overview of what you need to accomplish to get Wixie up and running for teachers, students, and support staff. Use the checklist to get an overview of tasks, assign roles, and set dates for completion.
Wixie accounts give students access to the authoring tool, and connect student work to their teacher, or teachers. Common ways sites provision Wixie are with Clever, a CSV upload, or by entering data manually. Wixie also supports provisioning via Canvas, Engrade, and LDAP.
You also need to choose how Wixie will authenticate your users. Most sites authenticate using Clever, Google, or passwords stored in Wixie. Wixie also supports authentication with LDAP, LTI, SAML, and Engrade.
Wixie supports single-sign on from multiple third-party sources, including Google, Clever, and Engrade. Wixie also supports single-sign on through LTI, ADFS, and SAML. These resources will help you set up single-sign on using these methods.
Make it easier for your users to get to Wixie by adding a Wixie button to your web site.
These buttons link to the main Wixie login page. To link to your custom login page, replace "https://wixie.com/sitelogin" with your custom account domain, such as
Before students and teachers begin using Wixie, you will want to review the settings for your organization. These setting impact project sharing and privacy, as well as authoring tool settings for interface, fonts, and more. Your settings also impact which Wixie templates are accessible to your users and which standards display for search and project correlation.
Use these quick-reference guides to get students who have used Wixie before to transition to the new interface, features, and project managment options.
Use these resources as you train teachers using Wixie for the first time and continue to support educators already using Wixie.
Use these presentations to explore and explain how you can use Wixie to meet curriculum goals and site initiatives.