Video above gives you a tour of LiveText
1) To set up an account with LiveText, an email from email@example.com will be sent to your email address within two weeks after the add/drop date for classes and will contain your unique registration link. Click the link and a new screen will appear with your keycode pre-populated in hidden characters. Complete all necessary fields on the remainder of the page (e.g., personal email which can remain the same as your Lesley email) and create a username and password for the site.
2) Log in to the www.livetext.com site with the username and password created. Once logged in you will be brought to your account’s Dashboard view where if you are currently teaching a course that uses ePortfolio assessment, it will appear here. For courses that have ended they will be hidden from your Dashboard. To gain access to past courses, click the Term dropdown menu and select the associated term.
3) Your course sections will be displayed with the key assignment title, due date, and student status bar. Numbers below red indicate students who have yet to submit work, numbers below yellow indicate students who have submitted work but have not yet been assessed, and numbers below green indicate students you have assessed. Click anywhere on the progress bar to begin assessing or click Assess.
4) You will be brought to a screen that lists individual students under the categories of Awaiting Submission, Awaiting Assessment, and Completed. You may click on a student’s name directly underneath the Awaiting Assessment column to begin assessment or click a student’s checkbox and then click Assess. For any students in the Awaiting Submission column, these entries are to remain unscored until students submit work and appear under Awaiting Assessment. Note: any student names in red indicate those who have not yet created accounts with LiveText.
5) On the next page you will see the student’s submitted work under the Documents to be Assessed header. Click on any of the artifact links to open up the student’s work. If a student’s submission is incomplete or not applicable to the key assignment, you may request student resubmission by clicking the Request Resubmission button.
6) To begin assessment, scroll down until you see a rubric appear at bottom right of the screen. You may click any of the checkboxes from Unsatisfactory to Distinguished to begin scoring or click the Expand Rubrics button to view an expanded view of the rubric.
7) If scoring in the Expanded View screen, close the current browser tab you are on to save your scores and return to the main assessment screen. You can close this tab by clicking the small “x” located above the address bar for the tab currently highlighted. Note: Disregard the points and percentage that appears at the bottom of the rubric.
8) You may provide an overall comment in the Comment box as well as attach files to your assessment by clicking the Attach button underneath Attachments. For the grade box that appears, DO NOT ENTER IN A GRADE. The Grade box is a built-in feature within the LiveText system available to all institutions but Lesley does not use this field.
9) When you are satisfied with your assessment, click the Submit Assessment button. In case you wish to correct a completed assessment, on the next screen click on the student’s name under the Completed column, and then click the Undo Assessment button located on the right. Your previous rubric scores, comments, and attachments have been saved for convenience in making any adjustments.
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