How it works
In order to maintain attendance records for educational events, limit access to protected resources, and provide for other member services, SCS uses an electronic sign in system (eSign-in).
For your username and password, eSign-In uses either your:
- MSU NetID (email@example.com)
- or a free-to-create MSU Community ID (for non @msu.edu email addresses)
Your email address is checked against the SCS Trainee Database to determine your level of access. If your email address is found, your account is automatically "confirmed" and granted permission to SCS resources and reports.
How do I create an account?
NetID: Hospital teaching faculty and current SCS residents may apply for a clinical faculty appointment with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. A clinical faculty status provides access to all MSU Health Sciences Digital Library resources via a NetID and password.
Community ID: Community ID accounts are free to create, and can be used to grant access to SCS eSign-in and other protected materials.
To create a Community ID:
|Open the Community ID website|
|Click the "Create Guest Account" link|
|Enter your Name, Email Address, and complete the CAPTCHA|
|Check your email and click on the confirmation link|
When I sign in, why is my account listed as unconfirmed?
Your email address - either your Net ID or Community ID - is not recognized by the SCS Trainee Database.
You can still sign in to events - a record of daily activity will be kept. Once your account has been confirmed, all sign in data is synchronized with your SCS account and will become available for reporting.
How can I confirm my account?
Residents: Your Med Ed Coordinator can update your email address on file with SCS in the SCS Trainee Database. Once the update is approved, your account will be verified upon next login.
Faculty: Hospitals can submit Core Faculty user information to SCS individually, or by data export from WebADS. Your Program Director or Program Coordinator will have access to WebADS and should contact Ryan Conway to facilitate this process.
What if I'm not affiliated with MSU or an SCS institution?
At this time, only hospital teaching faculty and current SCS trainees are eligible for access to SCS resources.
I forgot my password!
NetID password assistance is available at the MSU NetID website.
Community ID passwords can be self-reset through the Community ID Self Service portal
I'm still having access trouble!
For further assistance please contact one of us directly:
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|Angela Harrison||Emergency Medicine||517-432-0489|
|Conference Staff:||Debbie Beard||517-432-0488|