You can require students to enter individual passwords before checking out and returning titles within your library. If you want your students to enter a unique password when accessing the account, you will need to turn on the Require Students to Enter Password setting under the Settings > Enable/Disable Preferences page. 





Once you are on your Preferences page, scroll down to Students and make your selection(s).   




Your students will login to the website using your Classroom ID and Classroom Password first. Then they can select themselves from the student side of the library. After they have selected their name from the list of students, they will be prompted to enter their personal password before they can checkout and return. 


NoteA password is automatically created upon adding a new student. The system will default to the 

password "thesource" unless changed on the student profile. 


If you do not wish to use student passwords, leave the box unchecked.  



Support Videos: 


  • Students Overview – Learn the basics of how to use the manage Students section within Booksource Classroom. See how to add and edit students, search for students, view student details, see custom student book recommendations and more! 
  • Add, Edit, & Delete Students – This video explains in detail how to manage Students. Add students individually or as a group through an Excel import. Learn how to add students to groups, edit student information, and delete students.  
  • Student Passwords – This video explains the student password in detail. This is an optional field that can be enabled and disabled in the Settings. Only teachers can access and manage student passwords.  
  • Student Progress Chart – Learn all about the reading progress chart for each student available in Booksource Classroom. This chart reports the books checked out and read by each student. Book levels in the system are reflected on this chart to demonstrate reading trends.  
  • Recommended Books – Learn all about the custom book recommendations available to teachers for each student based on that student’s unique reading trends.