What is the Computer Assessment?
Liberty University strives for each student to attain an adequate technological proficiency. It is vital for all students have the computer skills necessary to successfully complete their education. All incoming students, both freshmen and transfer are required to complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to complete this requirement:
- Pass the Computer Assessment and Information Literacy Assessment your first semester at Liberty University
- There is a one-time $55 fee for the Computer Assessment
- If you choose to take the Computer Assessment, it will be available at all Summer Orientation Sessions, during Freshman Seminar on Wednesday, August 15th, and will be offered during the fall semester
- The Information Literacy Assessment will be available on Blackboard after July 15th
- The passing score is 70% for both assessments
- Complete Information Technology 110 during your first 45-hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student
- Transfer students who have transferred in a course substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency and information literacy requirement and do not need to take further steps.
The computer assessment tests skills in MS Office 2010 as well as basic computer concepts and Windows 7 . Look at the concepts and skills page to better know how to study for the assessment.
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