LiveText Tutorials

LiveText is a web-based data management system that allows students and faculty to create, share, and collaborate on educational curriculum. With LiveText's digital workspace, you can author unlimited customized projects – assignments, journals, evaluations, artifact collection, standard integration, and extensive e-Portfolios – and prepare, submit, manage, and log the hours associated with your fieldwork, clinical practice, or internship experiences. Collaborate with professors, mentors, supervisors, and your peers, and receive the feedback you need to continuously improve academically and professionally.

The Educator Preparation Program requires all Armstrong pre-education students to establish a LiveText account and candidates to maintain their account in order to be retained within a program. [More Information]

LiveText functions as a valuable tool to support each program's current assessment efforts to effectively measure program learning outcomes and the University mission for accreditation and on-going improvement. The Unit supports making data-driven decisions about how to best meet the needs of our candidates by creating high quality programs that reflect our commitment to scholarship, professionalism, diversity, collaboration, pedagogy, and the effective use of technology.

More information is available from the LiveText web site.

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Megan E. Morris, Ed. S.

LiveText Administrator
University Hall 281

LiveText Corp. Technical Support

By Phone
1-866-LiveText (1-866-548-3839)

Technical Support Hours

Mon - Thurs: 7am to 9pm (CT)
Friday: 7am to 6pm (CT)
Sunday: 12pm to 9pm (CT)