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LiveText Achieves IMS LTI 1.1 Certification and Deeper LMS Integration Feb 25

 

LTI Certification Chicago, IL — February 25, 2014 LiveText Inc., a leading assessment, e-Portfolio and accreditation management system provider for institutions of higher education, is pleased to announce official IMS Learning Tools Interoperability™ certification for LTI 1.1. LiveText can be found in IMS Global’s list of compliant tool providers here, as well as the LTI Certified catalog.

Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI)™ is a specification developed by the IMS Global Learning Consortium, whose principal concept is to establish a standard way of integrating remotely-hosted learning applications with platforms like learning management systems.

"IMS is very pleased with LiveText achieving LTI certification as a tool provider," said Dr. Rob Abel, Chief Executive Officer of IMS. "By incorporating LTI integration, LiveText will enable a more seamless experience for their customers across a wide range of integration scenarios."

For example, having now achieved LTI v1.0 and v1.1, LiveText provides its partner institutions with a standard method to establish a secure link that allows for Single-Sign On access to LiveText from within Blackboard, Moodle, D2L and Canvas, and other LMS platforms. The system also passes back an outcome to the LMS – providing a more seamless teaching and learning experience for instructors and students.

Users can log in once to their LMS through a Single-Sign On mechanism and access, complete and submit assignments in LiveText; instructors’ grades are also automatically passed from LiveText back to the LMS grade book. This integration establishes a critical connection between work submitted in courses in the LMS and the learning outcomes assessed at the course and program levels in LiveText, as well as eliminates the need for instructors to enter grades more than once.

"This achievement reflects our commitment to seamlessly integrate into our customers’ ecosystems in order to more easily support and enhance their processes and workflows. We plan to continue to expand our integration points to do just that," said Antis Thelapilly, director of engineering for LiveText. To learn more and arrange a demonstration for your institution, please email edu-solutions@livetext.com.

About LiveText Inc.
LiveText is the leading provider of campus-wide e-Portfolio, assessment, and accreditation management solutions. LiveText’s comprehensive yet flexible solution allows for seamless integration within an institution’s existing architecture and effectively collects and reports data measuring outcomes-based learning goals and institutional objectives for continuous improvement. For more information, visit www.livetext.com.

About IMS Global Learning Consortium The mission of the IMS Global Learning Consortium is to advance technology that can affordably scale and improve educational participation and attainment. To ensure that the “Learning Impact” of technology-enabled innovation is achieved around the world, IMS’s influential community of educational institutions, suppliers, and government organizations develops open interoperability standards, supports adoption with technical services, and encourages adoption through programs that highlight effective practices. For more information, visit IMS Global Learning Consortium.

Contact:
Victoria Guzzo
Director of Corporate Communications
victoria.guzzo@livetext.com

 

LiveText Named a University Business Magazine 2013 Readers’ Choice Top Product JAN 8

 

Award University Business’ readers nominated a variety of products that have made a positive impact at colleges and universities this year, and LiveText has been named a Top Product Choice.

Chicago, IL — January 8, 2014 — LiveText Inc. is pleased to announce that its assessment and accreditation management product has been selected as a University Business Readers’ Choice Top Product for 2013.

Now in its second year, the annual University Business Readers’ Choice Top Products award recognizes the most innovative products in higher education. This prestigious list informs university leaders and administrators about the products their colleagues around the country are using to help their institutions and students excel.

The winners were selected by the editors of University Business from hundreds of nominations submitted by readers and actual product users. Winners were selected based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of the nominees’ testimony of the product.

LiveText enables colleges and universities to systematically collect data on student performance, measured against program and institutional learning outcomes. With streamlined student, faculty, and administrator views, LiveText offers a broad range of capabilities for students to develop, submit, and reflect on work, including e-Portfolios, and for instructors to assess and provide immediate feedback on that work. Administrators can then collect data on this process, report it, and use it to inform decisions as well as display evidence of continuous curriculum, program, and institutional improvement over time.

"LiveText is committed to developing the solutions that our higher education partners need to meet the challenges of effectively assessing their students. We want the assessment process to be easy enough so that it is used extensively. It provides the feedback students need to improve their learning. At the same time, it provides the data that administrators need to show that their institutions are progressing," says Dr. Chris Kalmus, President of LiveText.

The complete list of products is being announced in the January 2014 issue of University Business magazine.

"The fact that we saw an increased response in the second year of this recognition program is a testament to the interest that higher ed leaders have in products for improving educational outcomes and operational efficiencies," says JD Solomon, editorial director of University Business. "All of the honorees in our Top Products program should be very proud of their achievement."

About LiveText Inc.
LiveText is the leading provider of campus-wide e-Portfolio, assessment, and accreditation management solutions. LiveText’s comprehensive yet flexible solution allows for seamless integration within an institution’s existing architecture and effectively collects and reports data measuring outcomes-based learning goals and institutional objectives for continuous improvement. For more information, visit www.livetext.com.
LiveText contact:
Victoria Guzzo
Director of Corporate Communications
victoria.guzzo@livetext.com

About University Business
University Business is the most widely received, most regularly read publication for higher education leaders at two- and four-year colleges and universities nationwide. UB provides cutting-edge coverage of higher education technology, news, finance, policy, profiles and more to this exclusive audience across print, digital and in-person event platforms, including the annual higher ed technology conference, UBTech. Independent surveys have proven that year after year, no other higher education management publication matches the reach, readership and audience engagement of University Business.

For more information, visit www.UniversityBusiness.com.
University Business contact:
JD Solomon
Editorial Director
District Administration magazine
jdsolomon@promediagrp.com

Strengthening Assessment: 2013 Higher Education Webinar Series JUN 5

Throughout 2013, LiveText will present a series of complimentary webinars for leaders in higher education to share best practices and learn step-by-step processes that can be implemented on campus today. Join us to gain insight into the key trends, technology, and best-practices that institutions, colleges, and programs use to successfully evaluate and demonstrate performance-based student learning achievement.

Sample topics for this year’s series include:

  • Deepening Student Learning with e-Portfolios
  • Implementing a Best-Practice GenEd Assessment Process
  • Making Data Analysis Transparent and Meaningful for Stakeholders
  • Using Field Experiences to Assess Student Competencies

All members of the higher education community, including administrators, faculty, and those responsible for data collection, student assessment, and accreditation are encouraged to register for webinar series offerings. Meet up with your colleagues in our virtual exchange to share ideas and learn from one another’s successes and challenges.

Events are added throughout the year, so check back often. View Webinars.


Past News & Events

2014 LiveText Assessment & Collaboration Conference
Call for Proposals JULY 21 - 23, 2014

 

In a landscape of rapid technological advancement and renegotiated state and federal policy, institutions of higher education are faced with increasing pressures to continuously improve quality and to prove it. We must reframe these pressures and look to our challenges as opportunities to improve student learning and better prepare our students. The 2014 Assessment & Collaboration Conference will focus on doing that with sessions emphasizing the use of technology to enhance institutional effectiveness and assessment in:

  • High Impact Practices
  • General Education
  • Majors/Programs
  • e-Portfolios
  • Faculty Development
  • Accreditation/Accountability

In addition, national leaders in assessment and accreditation will present on:

  • Assessment in General Education and Major Fields
  • Effective Assessment Methods
  • Using Data to Improve the Assessment Process
  • Institution-Wide Data Collection and Use
  • Accreditation

We invite well-developed proposals illustrating examples of ongoing assessment and the use of assessment results in meaningful ways to improve higher education. Preference will be given in the selection process to those proposals that include the use of assessment technologies that support all modes of instructional delivery (traditional, online, hybrid, MOOCs, etc.), while fulfilling the various roles of assessment in teaching, learning, and continuous quality improvement.

To learn more, click here.

San Diego Assessment Workshop NOV 6

 

Discover: Understand what the new core competencies mean for faculty and the work they do in the classroom.

Adapt: Hear directly from national and regional assessment experts on how to adapt to the changes in accreditation and higher education.

Connect: Network with other leaders to gain a better understanding of how technology can assist your institution.

Join host, Maggie Bailey, Vice Provost for Program Development and Accreditation, Point Loma Nazarene University, and the following presenters:

  • Richard Osborn, Vice President, WASC Senior College and University Commission: Why WASC’s New Institutional Review Process Matters for Faculty and Students
  • Terrell Rhodes, Vice President for Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment, AAC&U: Using AAC&U's Learning Tools to Address Core Competencies
  • Cindy Larson, Dean, College of Business, Argosy University: Relevant and Measurable Learning: A Case for Competency-based Education in a New Era
  • Marilee Bresciani, Professor, Administration, Rehabilitation, and Post Secondary Education, San Diego State University: Institutional and Program Review Process
  • Joseph Hoey, Ed.D., Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff at Ashford University: Assessing the Creative Arts

Who should attend?

Chief Academic Officers, Deans, Department and Program Chairs, Assessment Directors and Coordinators, Institutional Research, Accreditation Liaison Officers (ALOs) and Curricular and Co-curricular Assessment Coordinators, Faculty who sit on Assessment Committees.

Announcing the 2013 LiveText e-Portfolio Contest MAY 28


Enter and win!
Submission Deadline: May 28, 2013

Have you assessed e-Portfolios that have gone above and beyond in demonstrating the application of knowledge and skills, problem solving, communication, and collaboration? Have you yourself developed an e-Portfolio that displays your learning progress over time and highlights engagement with key learning outcomes?

Then, we're looking for your e-Portfolio. e-Portfolios are about making connections – connections with others as well as connections to your own learning experiences. e-Portfolios help you reflect and integrate thinking, learning, and performance across the curriculum. It enables you to enrich your learning experiences, prepare for your field of work, and sharpen your technological skills.

In your e-Portfolio contest entry, we ask you to present through words, images, videos, assignments or projects — or other artifacts and mementoes from your academic or professional career — how the variety of experiences you've had both in and out of the classroom have enriched your learning.


Requirements

Your entry should do most of the following:

  • Track academic progress over the course of more than one term
  • Take us through a reflective journey through any of the following: First Year Seminars and Experiences, Collaborative Assignments and Projects, Undergraduate Research, Diversity/Global Learning, Service Learning, Community-Based Learning, Internships, Capstone Courses and Projects
  • Showcase accomplishments
  • Provide evidence of meeting course and program learning outcomes
  • Enable reflection on learning
  • Make connections among your learning experiences
  • Demonstrate skills developed
  • Showcase collaboration with others within and/or outside your institution
  • Connect your educational goals with work or personal experiences
  • Creatively represent yourself and your education
Address Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes that should be clearly addressed in your e-Portfolio include any of the following:

  • Inquiry and analysis
  • Critical/Creative thinking
  • Written communication
  • Oral communication
  • Reading
  • Quantitative literacy
  • Information literacy
  • Teamwork
  • Problem solving
  • Personal and Social Responsibility
  • Civic engagement
  • Intercultural knowledge and competence
  • Ethical reasoning
  • Lifelong learning

Submission Process
  1. Title your submission either 2013 Student e-Portfolio Submission-Your Name or 2013 Faculty e-Portfolio Submission-Your Name.
  2. Include your full name, institution, program, phone number, and email address on a title page within your e-Portfolio submission so we are able to contact you after the review process.
  3. When ready to submit, click the Send for Review button.
  4. Select the All Users radio button.
  5. Enter eportfolio_contest into the search field.
  6. Choose Submit for Review. A confirmation message will appear.

Review Process

After the submission deadline, all e-Portfolio entries will go through a review process. Best-practice samples will be chosen, and those authors will be called for an interview. You must be reachable by phone and email. Prize winners will be announced in June.

Scoring

Scoring of your entry will be based on the following criteria:

  1. Illustrates meeting and engaging with course, program and/or institutional learning outcomes – with content connected to outcomes.
  2. Overall organization of material
  3. Creativity and inclusion of various types of media
  4. Quality of written content
  5. Style and overall attractiveness of presentation
  6. Inclusion of a reflective summary on your e-Portfolio cover page that explains how your portfolio demonstrates your academic journey and the knowledge you've gained.

Prizes

iPads will be awarded to three grand prize winners.

Additional runners-up gift cards will also be awarded.

*Please be advised that any materials you share with LiveText can be used by LiveText to publicly showcase and demonstrate application features and work samples.

 

Assessment Day for Teacher Educators APR 26

Friday, April 26, 2013 in New York, New York
Pace University
1 Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038

You're invited to join us in New York City as we host an assessment day for teacher educators. This conference is an opportunity to hear firsthand from your peers, share thoughts with colleagues, and discover what works in the field of educator preparation. During the conference, you will gain insight into better assessing student learning, strategies for building better teacher candidates, and improving learning performance through field experiences. You'll hear from peer programs in the process of preparing for accreditation and learn how technology can assist in your program review process.


Guest Speakers
  • Dr. Mark LaCelle-Peterson
    President, Teacher Education Accreditation Council
    Sr. VP for Engagement, Research & Development
    Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation
  • Hear firsthand and discuss the details of NCATE & TEAC merging to form CAEP, and what it means for your institution.
  • Dr. Ann Monroe-Baillargeon
    President, Teacher Education Accreditation Council
    Alfred University
  • Gain insight into how technology can support your assessment process and accreditation preparations in order to help you fulfill requirements for CAEP.
  • Dr. Corrie B. Burdick
    Assistant Professor Education
    Alfred University
  • Learn how Alfred University uses e-Portfolios and Field Experience Management tools to support its program requirements.
  • Mr. Jermain Smith
    Director of Technology
    Pace University
  • Learn about and discuss the factors a program should consider when choosing an assessment management system.
  • Dr. Lori Quigley
    Dean of the Esteves School of Education
    The Sage Colleges
  • Join Dr. Quigley as she shares insight into the edTPA and its implementation in NY.

Learn about tools to more effectively assess pre-service teachers:
  • Field Experience Management
  • LiveText Learning Analytics
  • Video Assessment
  • e-Portfolios
  • edTPA Support
  • Outcomes & Standards Management

 

LiveText™ expands Single Sign-On to include Desire2Learn™ OCT 3

La Grange, IL, October 3, 2012 — LiveText, a leading provider of outcomes-based learning assessment and accreditation management solutions for higher education, has announced seamless single sign-on (SSO) capabilities for Desire2Learn (D2L), a learning management system (LMS) that also serves higher ed. LiveText already supports single sign-on for a variety of LMS's including Blackboard™ and Moodle™.

Single sign-on (SSO) uses centralized authentication servers that independent applications utilize for authentication purposes, and combines this with techniques to ensure that users do not have to actively enter their credentials more than once. A user logs in once and is able to gain access to all approved systems, in this case, LiveText and D2L.

LiveText's SSO feature provides users with the convenience of one-click access to multiple applications with high levels of security. Users are not required to remember multiple username and/or passwords to log into different applications. LiveText's SSO reduces password fatigue from different username and password combinations, reduces time spent re-entering passwords for the same identity, and can also reduce credential-based inquiries to campus IT departments.


About LiveText

LiveText is the leading provider of community-centered web tools, expert consulting services, and broad support services for colleges and universities facing the challenges of accreditation. For more than a decade, LiveText's standards-based learning assessment and Accreditation Management System has provided the most advanced, flexible, and intuitive web-based tools for developing, assessing, and measuring student learning and institutional effectiveness. LiveText is committed to user-community collaboration for the development of the most effective technology solutions intended to expand the student and faculty learning processes, facilitate institutional growth, and support continuous improvement of higher education.

LiveText™ Improves Student Submission Process SEPT 19

LiveText is pleased to announce enhancements to its Student Submission Process. The more intuitive interface allows students to more easily track course assignments, submissions, and assessments. Improvements include a clearer, easy-to-read Dashboard and one-click abilities to begin or continue assignments or view assessments.

For more information or to request a demonstration, contact us at edu-solutions@livetext.com or click Request a Demo button on our homepage.

About LiveText

LiveText is the leading provider of community-centered web tools, expert consulting services, and broad support services for colleges and universities facing the challenges of accreditation. For more than a decade, LiveText's standards-based learning assessment and Accreditation Management System™ has provided the most advanced, flexible, and intuitive web-based tools for developing, assessing, and measuring student learning and program evaluation to assist educators in developing best practices and benchmarks.

LiveText™ selected as Readers' Choice Award Winner JULY 20

eCampus News and eSchool News magazines readers voted for solution providers that are essential to their success
Reader's Choice Award Winner Seal

LA GRANGE, Ill., July 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LiveText has been named a winner in the 2012/2013 Readers' Choice Awards by eCampus News and eSchool News magazines. LiveText was voted a winner by the publications' readers, including Presidents, Provosts and IT Decision Makers from Colleges and Universities across the country, who were asked to identify technology providers that are essential to their success on campus.

"We are honored to be recognized through this award," commented Christopher Kalmus, President and co-founder of LiveText. "We appreciate our clients' commitment to excellence in higher education and we are proud to be a key part of their success."

LiveText is currently used by more than 500 U.S. and international colleges and universities for the assessment of student learning outcomes and accreditation management. For more information or to request a demonstration, visit LiveText.com.

About LiveText

LiveText is the leading provider of community-centered web tools, expert consulting services, and broad support services for colleges and universities facing the challenges of accreditation. For more than a decade, LiveText's standards-based learning assessment and Accreditation Management System™ has provided the most advanced, flexible, and intuitive web-based tools for developing, assessing, and measuring student learning and program evaluationto assist educators in developing best practices and benchmarks. To this end, LiveText is committed to community collaboration for the development of the most effective generation of technology-based services meant to expand the student and faculty learning processes, facilitate program growth and effectiveness, and support continuous improvement of the overall higher educational experience for students, teachers, and entire institutions.

SOURCE LiveText, PR Newswire

Media Contact: Martha Nechvatal LiveText, 708-588-1735, martha.nechvatal@livetext.com

Additional Resorces

2012-2013 Readers' Choice Awards:
http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/07/23/fifty-of-the-best-ed-tech-products-for-schools/

PDF of Campus News 2012-2013 Readers' Choice Awards:
http://www.eschoolnews.com/files/2012/07/RCA2013.pdf

Teacher Performance Assessment will now officially be called edTPA AUG 8

edTPA

With the completion of the national field test this spring, the Teacher Performance Assessment will now officially be called edTPA. This new name emphasizes the educative nature of the assessment for teacher candidate learning and program renewal.

In addition to the new official name, the TPAC Project Management Team announced the launch of a new edTPA website: edtpa.aacte.org.

This public site shares basic information about edTPA, which has now grown to include more than 160 institutions of higher education and 25 states. Designed to introduce the public and institutions of higher education that are not TPAC members to edTPA and to provide TPAC participants with information and materials for dissemination, the new edTPA site provides these and other useful features:

  • Detailed background information, goals, project status and state policy updates on edTPA
  • A thorough set of frequently asked questions, rich resources and easy steps for how to get involved in edTPA
  • The latest news updates and testimonials from your peers and teacher candidates who have experienced edTPA

Please note that materials intended exclusively for edTPA implementers will continue to be stored on the participants-only TPAC Online community.

Source: The TPAC Project Management Team

Seminar: Changing Trends in Assessment and Institutional Accountability NOV 16

November 16, 2012
9:30am to 3:00pm PT
California Baptist University, Riverside, California

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California Baptist University will host a one-day regional assessment summit, bringing together industry thought-leaders and innovators to discuss changing trends in assessment and how your institution will be held accountable. During the assessment summit, you will learn how recent changes in WASC accreditation guidelines may affect program accreditation. Gain valuable and direct insight into the specific strategies, tools, and processes different WASC-accredited institutions have used to build and sustain cultures of best-practice assessment on their campuses.

We encourage all Chief Academic Officers, Deans, Department and Program Chairs, Assessment Directors and Coordinators, Institutional Research, ALO's and accreditation steering committee members to join us.

Click here for details and registration.

Join us for the 2012 Assessment & Collaboration Conference JULY 23

Create, Collaborate, Engage: High Impact Learning, High Impact Assessment
July 23rd & 24th at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel in Chicago, Illinois

Join us at our 11th Annual Assessment & Collaboration Conference! This year's conference will focus on high-impact learning and high-impact assessment.

This is a great opportunity to learn from your colleagues at other institutions and gain insight into the ways in which they have incorporated LiveText into their curricula.

In addition to exploring assessment best practices in the classroom, you'll learn how the new Field Experience Module (FEM) supports the activities your students experience outside the classroom — in internships, clinical practices and other field experiences. FEM helps to manage the placement process and collects assessment data from mentors working with your students in the field.

View Conference details and register now!

LiveText at the AAEEBL & Campus Technology Co-Conference JULY 16

July 16 - 19, 2012
Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA
Attend our Presentations at AAEEBL
Wednesday, July 18th on the AAEEBL-Level Conference Floor
July 18th at 9:40am
Reflections on Ten Years in e-portfolios Leadership
Presented by Katie Kalmus, LiveText

In this presentation, Katie Kalmus will leverage LiveText's unique perspective as a cutting edge e-portfolio technology provider to examine trends and developments in the marketplace.


July 18th at 3:25pm
E-portfolios in the Tenure Process
Presented by Jennifer Brown, Auburn University Montgomery

In this presentation, Jennifer Brown will draw upon her own experiences implementing e-portfolios within a university department for increased effectiveness and security in the tenure process.


July 18th at 4:00pm
The Golden Thread: Using e-portfolios for learning and assessment
Presented by Catherine Stark, Robert Morris University of Illinois

In this presentation, Catherine Stark will share her experiences developing a process which engages the learner throughout an entire program of study.


"As a Corporate Affiliate, LiveText helps make it possible for AAEEBL to serve the e-portfolio community with conferences, resources, webinars and more"

Trent Batson
Executive Director, AAEEBL

We hope you will attend our sessions and stop by Booth #757 to learn more!

LiveText's Field Experience Management Webinars JUNE 27

Learn more about how LiveText's Field Experience Module can:
  • Centralize Administrators', Placement Coordinators', Mentors', and Students' Activities
  • Easily Collect Assessment Data from Mentors in the Field
  • Demonstrate Diversity of Candidates' Experiences with School Demographic Information
  • Simplify Communication with Integrated Email Notifications
  • Facilitate Smarter Data Analysis with Custom Aggregated and Disaggregated Reports

To register for these events:

RSVP by sending an email to katie.kalmus@livetext.com with the first and last name, title, department, institution, phone number, institutional email address of the attendees, and attendance choice. Please state if you are not yet a LiveText user.

Log-in details will be sent a few days prior to the webinar to the provided e-mail address.

Please note attendance is limited

LiveText at WASC APR 18

April 18 - 19, 2012
Hilton Orange County Costa Mesa, CA
Complimentary Networking Luncheon
Effective Practices for Assessing Student Learning: Collecting Data
and Putting the Results into Action

Thursday, April 19, 2012
In Garden A from 11:45a.m. to 1:45p.m. (PT), Hyatt Regency
The Fountain Terrace Room

LiveText is proud to be the Silver Sponsor for the 2012 WASC Annual Meeting at the Hilton Orange County. This year, WASC has reaffirmed that it's "the responsibility of each institution to define the outcomes of its degrees, set appropriate levels of attainment for graduates, and select a means of ensuring that these outcomes are achieved." LiveText's assessment solutions allow colleges and universities to do exactly that! We provide the most advanced and user-friendly tools for satisfying these responsibilities, and help you create a strong culture of assessment at your school. We hope you will attend our luncheon or stop by our booth to learn more!

MSCHE 2011 Annual Conference DEC 11

Visit LiveText at the MSCHE 2011 Annual Conference
December 11 to 13, 2011
Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC
Exhibit Booth 12

December 12, 2011 from 7:30am to 4:30pm (EST)
December 13, 2011 from 7:30am to 11:30am (EST)

About the Conference

Join LiveText at the Middle States Annual Meeting where you will explore a step-by-step process for collecting valid and reliable data on student learning outcomes, as well as obtain data for decisions on student learning enhancement, program evaluation, and meeting accreditation requirements. Whether you're beginning the accreditation process or undergoing reaffirmation, LiveText can assist you in effectively preparing and showcasing results for your visit.

Visit http://www.msche.org for more information on the conference.

If you have any questions, email us at conferences@livetext.com.

SACS 2011 Annual Conference DEC 3

Visit LiveText at the SACS-COC Annual Meeting
December 3 to 6, 2011
Hilton Orlando and Peabody Orlando Hotels in Orlando, Florida
Exhibit Booth 601

December 4, 2011 from 12:00pm to 8:00pm (EST)
December 5, 2011 from 10:00am to 4:00pm (EST)

About the Conference

LiveText is proud to be a Gold Partner of the SACS COC annual meeting. The event will feature general and concurrent sessions, workshops, roundtables, posters, and Commission staff perspectives. Special activities will include Presidents' Day, the Educational Excellence Exposition, a Resource Room, and networking luncheons. Sessions will be held at the Hilton and Peabody hotels.

When you visit the LiveText exhibit session at SACS, you will experience a unique outcomes-based assessment service that will assist you generating reports on student, course, program, and institutional progress, assessing and evaluating these areas, and showcasing assessment data results for accreditation review. Focus will also be on capabilities for faculty evaluation for tenure and promotion purposes.

Visit www.sacscoc.org for more information on the conference.

If you have any questions, email us at conferences@livetext.com.

Announcing Field Experience Management PRESS

LiveText is excited to introduce its fully integrated Field Experience Management. FEM in LiveText will help all programs and institutions as a whole manage the entire field experience requirement from start to finish. Students, faculty, and administrators now can see a complete picture of learning progress both inside and outside the classroom.

Placement Coordinators can document requests and then place students into available internships, clinical positions, field work, and student teaching placements. Students can log their experiences, track hours, complete reflections, view demographics, and assess their work in the field. Supervisors and mentors can assess performance in the field, import and view participating site demographics, as well as collect data and generate reports for departmental, program, and institutional FEM requirements.

If you wish to learn more about upgrading to LiveText's FEM Edition or to see the introduction video to FEM, please email LiveText Implementation.

 

 

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