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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Fall 2014 Computer Assessment

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110 (INFT 110).

If students opt to take INFT 110, please do so by signing up in ASIST. If students opt to take the Computer Assessment, they will be scheduled by their Blackboard section.

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $15 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment and does not pass two or three of the three assessments (below 70%), the student will need to enroll in INFT 110 and an additional course fee of $65 will be charged on their assist account when enrolled into INFT 110. The course includes an ebook. If a student attempts the assessment and does not pass just one of the three assessments, the student will need to enroll in the INFT course not passed (below 70%). One credit INFT courses will be charged an additional fee of $35 on their assist account. The one credit courses also include an ebook.

The Computer Assessment is scheduled to be administered in the Math Emporium in Green Hall during the month of September. Please check your Blackboard course list (after August 15th) for your scheduled date and time.

The assessment will be available from 6pm-8pm on your scheduled date and is offered on a first-come, first-served basis (you may arrive at 5:45pm; students that arrive after 8pm will not be allowed to take the assessment)

If you have a class conflict with your scheduled time or other questions, please contact inft@liberty.edu

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Spring 2014 Computer Assessment

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110 (INFT 110).

If students opt to take INFT 110, please do so by signing up in ASIST. If students opt to take the Computer Assessment, they will be scheduled by their BWVW 101 section. See below for schedule.

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.  

Below is the schedule for the Biblical Worldview classes to take the Computer Assessment. If the student decides to take INFT 110 they will need to do so for the Spring 2014 sessions. The Computer Assessment is scheduled to be administered in the Math Emporium in Green Hall on the following dates and times:

If you have questions, please email us at inft@liberty.edu.

1

Monday

2/3

6:00pm

2

Monday

2/3

6:00pm

3

Monday

2/3

6:00pm

4

Monday

2/3

6:00pm

5

Monday

2/3

6:00pm

6

Monday

2/3

7:15pm

7

Monday

2/3

7:15pm

8

Monday

2/3

7:15pm

9

Monday

2/3

7:15pm

10

Monday

2/3

7:15pm

11

Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

12

Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

13

Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

14

Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

15

Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

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Tuesday

2/4

6:00pm

17

Tuesday

2/4

7:15pm

18

Tuesday

2/4

7:15pm

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Tuesday

2/4

7:15pm

20

Tuesday

2/4

7:15pm

21

Tuesday

2/4

7:15pm

 

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Monday, August 5, 2013

Computer Assessment Fall 2013

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110 (INFT 110).

If students opt to take INFT 110, please do so by signing up in ASIST. If students opt to take the Computer Assessment, they will be scheduled by their BWVW 101 section. See below for schedule.

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.  

Below is the schedule for the Biblical Worldview classes to take the Computer Assessment. If the student decides to take INFT 110 they will need to do so for the Spring 2014 sessions. The Computer Assessment is scheduled to be administered in the Math Emporium in Green Hall on the following dates and times:

If you have questions, please email us at inft@liberty.edu.

BWVW Section

Day of Week

Date

Time

1

Monday

9/9

6:00pm

2

Monday

9/9

6:00pm

3

Monday

9/9

6:00pm

4

Monday

9/9

6:00pm

5

Monday

9/9

6:00pm

6

Monday

9/9

7:15pm

7

Monday

9/9

7:15pm

8

Monday

9/9

7:15pm

9

Monday

9/9

7:15pm

10

Monday

9/9

7:15pm

11

Monday

9/9

8:00pm

12

Monday

9/9

8:00pm

13

Monday

9/9

8:00pm

14

Monday

9/9

8:00pm

15

Monday

9/9

8:00pm

Band Students

Tuesday

9/10

6:00pm

16

Tuesday

9/10

6:00pm

17

Tuesday

9/10

6:00pm

18

Tuesday

9/10

7:15pm

19

Tuesday

9/10

7:15pm

20

Tuesday

9/10

7:15pm

21

Tuesday

9/10

7:15pm

22

Tuesday

9/10

7:15pm

23

Tuesday

9/10

8:00pm

24

Tuesday

9/10

8:00pm

25

Tuesday

9/10

8:00pm

26

Tuesday

9/10

8:00pm

27

Tuesday

9/10

8:00pm

28

Monday

9/16

6:00pm

29

Monday

9/16

6:00pm

30

Monday

9/16

6:00pm

31

Monday

9/16

6:00pm

32

Monday

9/16

6:00pm

33

Monday

9/16

7:15pm

34

Monday

9/16

7:15pm

35

Monday

9/16

7:15pm

36

Monday

9/16

7:15pm

37

Monday

9/16

7:15pm

38

Monday

9/16

8:00pm

39

Monday

9/16

8:00pm

40

Monday

9/16

8:00pm

41

Monday

9/16

8:00pm

42

Monday

9/16

8:00pm

43

Tuesday

9/17

6:00pm

44

Tuesday

9/17

6:00pm

45

Tuesday

9/17

6:00pm

46

Tuesday

9/17

6:00pm

47

Tuesday

9/17

6:00pm

48

Tuesday

9/17

7:15pm

49

Tuesday

9/17

7:15pm

50

Tuesday

9/17

7:15pm

51

Tuesday

9/17

7:15pm

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Tuesday

9/17

7:15pm

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Tuesday

9/17

8:00pm

54

Tuesday

9/17

8:00pm

55

Tuesday

9/17

8:00pm

56

Tuesday

9/17

8:00pm

57

Tuesday

9/17

8:00pm

58

Monday

9/23

6:00pm

59

Monday

9/23

6:00pm

60

Monday

9/23

6:00pm

61

Monday

9/23

6:00pm

62

Monday

9/23

6:00pm

63

Monday

9/23

7:15pm

64

Monday

9/23

7:15pm

65

Monday

9/23

7:15pm

66

Monday

9/23

7:15pm

67

Monday

9/23

7:15pm

68

Monday

9/23

8:00pm

69

Monday

9/23

8:00pm

70

Monday

9/23

8:00pm

71

Monday

9/23

8:00pm

72

Monday

9/23

8:00pm

73

Tuesday

9/24

6:00pm

74

Tuesday

9/24

6:00pm

75

Tuesday

9/24

6:00pm

76

Tuesday

9/24

6:00pm

77

Tuesday

9/24

6:00pm

78

Tuesday

9/24

7:15pm

79

Tuesday

9/24

7:15pm

80

Tuesday

9/24

7:15pm

81

Tuesday

9/24

7:15pm

82

Tuesday

9/24

7:15pm

83

Tuesday

9/24

8:00pm

84

Tuesday

9/24

8:00pm

85

Tuesday

9/24

8:00pm

86

Tuesday

9/24

8:00pm

87

Tuesday

9/24

8:00pm

88

Monday

9/30

6:00pm

89

Monday

9/30

6:00pm

90

Monday

9/30

6:00pm

91

Monday

9/30

6:00pm

92

Monday

9/30

6:00pm

93

Monday

9/30

7:15pm

94

Monday

9/30

7:15pm

95

Monday

9/30

7:15pm

96

Monday

9/30

7:15pm

97

Monday

9/30

7:15pm

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Monday

9/30

8:00pm

99

Monday

9/30

8:00pm

100

Monday

9/30

8:00pm

101

Monday

9/30

8:00pm

102

Monday

9/30

8:00pm

103

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

104

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

105

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

106

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

107

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

108

Tuesday

10/1

6:00pm

109

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

110

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

111

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

112

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

113

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

114

Tuesday

10/1

7:15pm

115

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

116

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

117

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

118

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

119

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

120

Tuesday

10/1

8:00pm

 

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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Summer 2013 Computer Assessment

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110.

All new students, both freshmen and transfer (who have financially checked into Liberty), have the option to take the Computer Assessment during the Summer 2013 orientation sessions at one of the following sessions:

  • June 14 in Demoss Hall room 2176 at 10am and 2pm
  • June 28 in Demoss Hall room 2176 at 10am and 2pm
  • July 12 in Demoss Hall room 2186 at 10am and 2pm
  • July 22 in Demoss Hall room 2186 at 10am and 2pm

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take the assessment.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.  

If you have questions, please email us at inft@liberty.edu.

Posted at 8:41 AM | Permalink

Monday, January 14, 2013

Computer Assessment Spring 2013

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110.

All new students, both freshmen and transfer, have the option to take the Computer Assessment during the Spring 2013 semester at one of the sessions on Monday, February 4, Tuesday, February 5 or Thursday February 7. Please arrive at 5:45 for session 1 or 6:45 for session 2 in room 3346- DeMoss Hall.

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.  

If you have questions, please email us at inft@liberty.edu.

Posted at 9:24 AM | Permalink

Friday, June 15, 2012

Computer Assessment Fall 2012

Liberty University strives for each student to attain technological proficiency and thus requires that all students complete a technology competency requirement. There are two ways to do this: passing the Computer Assessment OR completing Information Technology 110.

All new students, both freshmen and transfer, have the option to take the Computer Assessment during Freshman Seminar week on Wednesday, August 15 from 9 am-3 pm in the Math Emporium located in Green Hall, across from the Tolsma Indoor Track. If you cannot make this session, open labs will also be available beginning August 27 until October 18 only on Monday and Thursday nights in rooms 3346 of DeMoss Hall at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm. We will not be testing October 11 due to Fall Break. Arrive 15 minutes early for each session to ensure availability.

If a student does not attempt (or pass) the Computer Assessment during their first semester at Liberty, they are required to take Information Technology 110 (INFT 110) during their first 45 hours at Liberty or first year if a transfer student. Successfully passing the Computer Assessment or passing INFT 110 will satisfy the technology competency requirement as listed on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).

Transfer students who have transferred in a computer course that has been substituted for INFT 110 have satisfied the technology competency requirement and do not need to take further steps.

Students opting to take the Computer Assessment will be charged a one-time fee of $55 to cover the cost of the Computer Assessment software (myitlab). If a student attempts the assessment but does not pass, the myitlab account can be used for INFT 110 and the student will not be charged an additional fee.  

If you have questions, please email us at inft@liberty.edu.

Posted at 10:36 AM | Permalink

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Last Chance-Computer Assessment Post-Test!

This will be the last chance to take the computer assessment for Spring 2012

There will be 2 final times to take the computer assessment post-test for Spring 2012. Please adhere to the following dates and times for the testing. See below for information regarding the training available and the post-test.

February 27, 2012:

  • 5:45pm in 3346
  • 7:15pm in 3346

March 1, 2012

  • 5:45pm in 3346
  • 7:15pm in 3346
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Training / Post - Test Spring 2012

Training for the Post-test is now available on myitlab. Students should log into myitlab.com using Internet Explorer.  Students should use their Liberty e-mail address, complete with @liberty.edu, as their log-in name and their Liberty ID number complete with the” L” and enough “0s” to make it nine characters for the password. Students will need to log in at myitlab.com and then click on the course content tab at the top and then click the training folders for both Information Literacy and Information Technology. Students may complete the training as many times as they wish.  The more the training is completed, the better the students will do on the Post-test. 

Students may take the Post-test on February 13, 16, and 20. Remember the passing score for the Post-test is 85%. Students should go to www.liberty.edu/computerassessment if they have any questions.  After reading the information on the website, students may e-mail INFT@liberty.edu for additional questions.

  • You only need to take the assessment you did not pass.
  • Students making 55% - 75% on the Pre-test         Students should take the Post-test
  • Students making 40% - 54% on the Pre-test         Students may take the Post-test
  • Students making below 40% on the Pre-test          INFT 110 is recommended

Below is the schedule for the Post-test for the Spring 2012.  Students should come to DH-3346 at least 15 minutes prior to their testing time and should bring their Student ID with them. Come to one of the two sessions.

 

February 13, 16, 20 First session 5:45    
  Second session 7:15    

Training is now available at myitlab.com. (Enter myitlab.com in the address bar of Internet Explorer.)  

  • Use your FULL Liberty email address as your Login Name
  • Use your Student ID Number (with the L) as your password.

Click on the Spring 2012 Course, Course Content and Training (for Information Literacy and Information Technology). You can take the training as many times as you want to help you prepare for the Post-Test. The passing score for the Post-Test (both the Information Literacy and Information Technology) is 85%.  Therefore, take advantage of the Training provided.

 

If you have any questions, please e-mail inft@liberty.edu.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Pre-Test Make up Schedule for Spring 2012

If you are a new student this semester (Spring 2012)  and have not taken the computer assessment, e-mail us immediately at inft@liberty.edu.

The last day for make-ups will be Friday, February 3, 2012.

 

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

All New Students Spring 2012

Attention New Students
(Spring 2012—Both Freshmen and Transfer)

The Computer Assessment Pre-Test is required for ALL new students (Both Freshmen and Transfer).  Note: Transfer Students who have transferred in INFT 110 are exempt.  All others are required to take the computer assessment.


The Computer Assessment Pre-Test will be given on Saturday, January 14th in the ILRC on the 2nd Floor of DeMoss.  See schedule below.  Enter DeMoss through the Jazzman Entrance.  (Follow the signs in the front of DeMoss.)  All other entrances will be locked.  

Please follow this schedule:


9:00am                             Transfer Students     

10:30am               Freshman Seminar Sections


>>>Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your testing time.<<<

 

 

There will be a $55.00 assessment fee charged to students' accounts.

***Post-test schedule will be posted on this website after February 1, 2012.

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