Subscriptions allow sharing content between organizations.
Setting up subscriptions that allow sharing content between organizations requires collaboration between a content provider, a subscriber, and Agilix Support.
- The subscriber is the organization that would like to borrow content.
- The content provider is the organization that will share that content.
- Organizations can only share content if:
- The content is located in the content provider’s Agilix domain.
- The subscriber is an Agilix customer with a current customer domain.
- An agreement exists between parties, permitting content sharing.
First, the content provider needs access to the subscriber's domain in order issue a subscription. To ensure security, the subscriber must ask Agilix Support to grant them this access.
To request domain access for the content provider, the subscriber must provide Agilix Support with:
- The subscriber’s domain name and ID.
- The content provider contact’s user name and ID.
Please provide [INSERT: content provider contact’s user name and ID] access to [INSERT: subscriber domain name and ID], so they can share content with our organization.
Agilix can give the content provider access to the subscriber's domain, but this is not the final step.
When signed in as a teacher, the subscriber should see the content provider’s domain in their Digital Library alongside content providers like Khan Academy and OpenEd.
- You can create subscriptions for content within your organization without Agilix's help.
- Domain subscriptions are inherited by subdomains and courses.