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LiveText is a web-based subscription that allows for:
The creation and submission of projects and assignments online
The creation and long-term storage of electronic portfolios, projects, and documents
The storage of documents so that they are accessible to you from any computer in the world
The creation of your student teaching or internship portfolio by easily linking to previous course assignments already in LiveText
The revision of your portfolio by clicking the “copy” button and customizing it for your prospective employer to view
Collaboration with other LiveText users worldwide (share/edit documents, but only at your discretion and with access that you grant)
The creation of web pages that can be shared with anyone you choose to grant access to
Faculty to use rubrics in order to assess a candidate’s work and give feedback
The School of Education to collect and aggregate data for program evaluation and improvement
The School of Education to develop and analyze reports for accreditation purposes based on the aggregate data
LiveText is a private, secure website. It is not a public network. You are the sole owner of your LiveText subscription, which is completely password protected by you. The only individuals who may view your work are those to whom you grant access to by performing the following actions: clicking the “Submit” button to permit access for a specific instructor to grade your work; clicking the “Share” button to permit specific instructors or other selected students to see your work; or creating a visitor passcode to one particular assignment that you would like to share with selected individuals (even non-LiveText users).
Note: It is recommended that you click “Copy” in the edit mode of your student teaching/internship portfolio in order to easily create a customized portfolio for a potential employer. Before creating the visitor passcode to your customized portfolio, you may delete or add whatever you would like, customizing it for the individual.
Purchasing and Registering a LiveText Account
Candidates should purchase the LiveText Membership – Field Experience Edition
Purchase Membership Key Code through the Liberty University Bookstore, OR
Purchase directly through LiveText by clicking Purchase Membership.
Go to LiveText.
Click Register Membership
Select Liberty University as your institution.
Use your Liberty University email address.
Use your 8-digit Liberty University student ID (be sure to include the “L” and “0” [zeros] at the beginning of your 8-digit student ID); you can obtain your official 8-digit Liberty University student ID in your account in ASIST.
To access Guides, click on the applicable link below, log in, click the “Help” link in the upper right-hand corner, and click the appropriate tab (“For Students” or “For Faculty”).
Candidate: Candidates will use LiveText to submit specific assignments to your instructor for review and assessment. Candidates are only required to submit in LiveText those assignments that the instructor specifies as a LiveText assignment.
University Faculty: Faculty members will use LiveText to distribute and gather candidates' benchmark assignments, assess those assignments, and associate candidates' work with professional standards. Using LiveText allows the School of Education to aggregate data on its programs.
It is recommended to use Firefox in order to optimize LiveText functionality. Please be certain that the pop-up blocker is disabled/turned off in order to avoid issues with expanded rubrics and attachment features. For further technical support, please see the LiveText contact options.