How To Add and Access My Applications In NCEdCloud

NCED Application: The apps, services, and resources that K–12 students may use for their education via the NCEdCloud Rapid Identity Portal are known as target applications. They may access all of these applications from a single site by only logging in once using this platform.

How Do I Add, Remove, or Suggest Target Applications?

To apply for a Target application or to delete or propose an application, please follow the instructions below.

You will only be able to submit the following crucial forms if your PSU has assigned you an Ncedcloud Applications or LEA Data Auditor job (see privileged roles here):

To Include/Combine:

If you would like to opt-in to any of the Target Applications for your Charter School or PSU, complete their Integrate/Add a Target Application form.

To Remove: You may fill out their Remove a Target Application form if you want to remove an app that you previously added to your account and are not interested in using it.

To Suggest: The NcedCloud IAM service invites you to visit their website (my.ncedcloud/ui/applications) and complete their Suggest a Target Application form if you have any recommendations or ideas for the inclusion of a new application.

Note: If you hold the necessary position (LEA Administrator or LEA Data Auditor) for your LEA or Charter School, you may use the forms above to Add, Suggest, or Remove a Target Application.

List of Optional Target Applications (Request Form for Grades 5 and 6 Only, for LEA Administrators)

  • Apex Learning – Canvas for Blinq (LMS)
  • Professional Travelling
  • CDLR (local directory syncing of PSU data from NCEdCloud)
  • Smart Connected (McGraw-Hill Learning)
  • EasyBridge by DiscoveryEd (Savvas)
  • Harcourt, Houghton Mifflin (HMH)
  • Ed: Think Central, Your Learning Companion, Holt McDougal Online SAM
  • Follett’s fate
  • Google Classroom for Teachers
  • Istation Science, Writing, Vocabulary, and RAZ Learning A-Z
  • Carnegie Learning’s MATHia
  • NGLsync (National Geographic Learning via Cengage) with Microsoft Office 365
  • Educated
  • Envision Acquiring Knowledge
  • Consider mathematical facts
  • Consider Espanol.
  • Consider literacy and language.
  • Consider maths.
  • Which Browser Am I Using? (assists in determining the kind and version of the web browser in use)
  • Xello (functions as a career cruising follow-up)

The table indicates which Targeted Applications are available and which are auto-implementations (NC DPI) based on the markings “Integrated” and “Available for Opt-in.” Finally, apps with the status “In Progress” indicate that they are now undergoing under-maintenance work.

NCEdCloud Target Applications list

The table gets updated from time to time. To Check the availability status of the application, check the Target Application Integrations Status Table.


For end users gaining access to target application systems, the NCEdCloud IAM Service will provide three different approaches to delivering a streamlined authentication service.

The opposite of SSO is known as single logout (SLO). You might use a single logout link to end all sessions, for instance, if you use SSO to connect to five different apps. For SAML-enabled apps, the NCEdCloud IAM service will provide a single logout capability; however, it cannot compel all target systems to use it. Thus, an end-user would be logged out of all SAML-accessed sessions if they clicked on an application’s single logout option. Unfortunately, the only way to ensure that all sessions are completely stopped is to close the browser program itself.


The easiest method to go to the IAM Service is to open a browser window, enter, and go right there. Enter your username (State UID number) on the login page and click “Go” after that.

Your username is your Pupil Number (for students) or your 10-digit State Employee UID (for teachers and staff) if you have forgotten it or are claiming your account for the first time.

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