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Center for Educational Performance and Information Michigan Student Data System (MSDS) Security Agreement Instructions Please do not return the instruction pages with your security agreement form. If you are not already an MSDS authorized user, you must first subscribe to the application through MILogin. If you do not have a MILogin account, you may create one at MILogin ( ). Please do not create multiple MILogin accounts. 1. To request access, log in to the MILogin application and click “Create New Account.” 2. Enter your demographic information and agree to the terms and conditions. Click “Next.” 3. Create a User ID and password, then choose your security questions and answers. Click “Next.” 4. The next screen is where you subscribe. Click “Request Access.” 5. On the next page, search for an application by keyword, or select an agency (CEPI) to view its applications. Choose the application by clicking the hyperlink. Finally, confirm your application and click “Request Access.” 6. Enter your email address and phone number in the final screen. Click “Submit.” # Access Type: Intermediate School District (ISD): This level of access is only granted to ISD users requesting the Auditor and/or Constituent District View roles, and allows you to view data for all districts within your ISD. If you do not need to review data for your constituent districts, and are only responsible for submitting MSDS data for your ISD, you will need to select “District” access type. District: This is the level of access most district users need, and allows you to submit MSDS data for your district. It includes access for all buildings within your district. Building: This level of access restricts your rights to a single building. As a building-level user, you will not be able to view MSDS data for other buildings in your district, nor will you be able to submit district-level collections. If you need to submit General Collection data, for example, you should select “District” access type. User Roles: The specific functions you will have access to within the application are defined by your role(s). Individuals may have more than one role; however, they cannot have more than one function type within each role.
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  • Fall '13
  • Robert
  • Microeconomics, National School Lunch Act, CEPI, UIC Resolver

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