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Education, Development, Teaching, and Learning

LiveText Rescue Team

The Center for Teaching and Learning is currently using College LiveText to document the success of the teacher preparation programs at the Central Washington University through the creation of electronic portfolios and the application of standards-aligned assessments.

Faculty can arrange for classroom presentations on using LiveText by contacting the LiveText Help Desk.

Important Beginning of Quarter Procedures

The LiveText Help Desk will be closed during scheduled breaks and holidays throughout the academic school year.

Faculty & students can make arrangements to meet with any of the LiveText Trainers. Please remember that LiveText employees are part-time and may not always be available.

LiveText Help Available in Black Hall:

Room: Black Hall 101
Phone: (509) 963-1671

General Information

What is LiveText?

    LiveText is a Web-based subscription that allows users to create and submit projects and assignments on-line. You may wish to visit the LiveText web site to learn more.
    It allows creation and long-term storage of electronic portfolios, projects, and documents.
    LiveText allows faculty to assess student work and give students feedback online.
    It allows the Center for Teaching and Learning to collect and aggregate data for program evaluation and improvement.

Minimum Requirements to use LiveText:

You will need Internet access (dial-up will work, but of course high-speed is faster).
You will need to purchase a license to use LiveText. There is no software to install for LiveText as it is a web-based application.
LiveText recommends the following Internet browsers by operating system in order of preference:

For Windows 98 SR2, 2000, NT, Me, and XP
Use: Firefox 1.0 or greater

For Mac OS 10.2 and Mac OS 10.3
Use: Firefox 1.0 or greater

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