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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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