There are a few ways to log in to the Makers Empire 3D app. Choosing the best method for you depends on your classes literacy level, privacy concerns and which devices you're using.
 

TO LOG IN TO MAKERS EMPIRE 3D

Every user; student, teacher, home user... anyone, can log in to Makers Empire 3D using these same steps.

1. Open Makers Empire 3D and click the Log In button.


2. Choose your preferred log in option.

*NOTE: Students, teachers and home users can all log in using any of these methods.

  1. Makers Empire account Log In
    Users log in using their unique username or email, and password.
    Pro: Good security.
    Con: User needs to remember their log in details (you can print a username and password list or give your students Login Cards to make it easier).
    Best for: Users with sufficient literacy levels.

  2. QR Code Log In
    Users can log in by scanning their Class QR Poster, a Student QR Poster or a Login Card.

    Class QR Poster
    Students scan the QR code and simply select their avatar from a class list to log in. Teachers can download their Class QR code, then print it or display it on a screen in their room.

    Student QR Poster or Login Card
    Students scan the QR code and will be automatically logged in to Makers Empire 3D. Individual QR codes are great to send home to parents, while Login Cards are smaller and easier to keep on hand in your classroom.

    Pro: Very easy option for lower literacy users.
    Con: Less secure - anyone with the QR code can log in. Requires a device with a camera.
    Best for: Younger learners, classes with mixed literacy users.

  1. Single Sign On (SSO)

    Sign in with Google
    Users can log in using their existing Google details.
    Pro: Students don't need to remember another set of login credentials.
    Con: You need an existing Google account.
    Best for: Existing Google users.


    Sign in with Microsoft
    Users can log in using their existing Microsoft details.
    Pro: Student don't need to remember another set of login credentials.
    Con: You need an existing Microsoft account.
    Best for: Existing Microsoft users.


    Sign in with Clever (not available on Mac)
    Users can log in using their existing Clever details.
    Pro: Students don't need to remember another set of login credentials.
    Con: You need an existing Clever account. Not currently available for Mac OsX.
    Best for: Existing Clever users.


    Sign in with Schoology
    Users can log in using their existing Schoology details.
    Pro: Students don't need to remember another set of login credentials.
    Con: You need an existing Schoology account.
    Best for: Existing Schoology users.


    Sign in with Apple
    Users can log in using their existing Apple details.
    Pro: Students don't need to remember another set of login credentials.
    Con: You need an existing Apple account.
    Best for: Existing Apple users.

Want to learn how to create new accounts? This article shows you how.

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