This is not recommended. To create an account, you would need access to another person's university credentials, Google or LinkedIn email and password. For security reasons, it is not good to share passwords. Please encourage others on your team to create their own account. The New Member Guide is a great page to share because it has a simple getting started list and a step by step guide to logging in.
Frequently Asked Questions
If your institution isn't federated, you can create an account with your Google or LinkedIn account.
Federated logins use your university credentials to authenticate. It will pull over information such as your name and university email address. It can also be easier for others to validate an account is yours when your university email address is listed. Other than that, the accounts work the same.
If your orgnization is new to working with CLIC, it is possible we haven't added it to our list yet. Please contact email@example.com and we can look it up. However, most likely your institution is not federated.
Yes, however we would ask that both you and your Administrator complete the registration and DTF/WG subscription process. S/he would need to choose their appropriate Membership Type on the Requesting Membership page.
To find any content you've submitted to the CLIC website such as news, events, opportunities, educational content, RFAs or resources, please log in and then go to your Account page. Look for the "Authored Content" tab at the top of the page. Still don't see what you are looking for? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.