Posts Tagged ‘continuous improvement’

#ChoosetoLearn with LiveText’s via Webinar!

January 16, 2017

Introduction to LiveText’s via™ Assessment System  #ChoosetoLearn February 2 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm CT Register Now Whether it’s fulfilling institutional assessment needs or student e-Portfolio development, LiveText’s new assessment solution, via™, is helping institutions like Pepperdine University and Point Loma Nazarene University instill a professional voice in students and providing them with a greater sense of […]

#ChoosetoLearn with our 2017 Best Practices in Assessment Webinar Series

November 29, 2016

Introducing our 2017 Assessment Webinar Series LiveText is happy to release its 2017 Best Practices Assessment Webinar Series schedule for the first quarter of next year. Presented by experts and leaders in higher education assessment and student learning, our series focuses on important topics in assessment, student success, and continuous improvement.  We invite you to plan […]

T’is the Season for Miscommunication

November 28, 2016

Nothing is so simple that it cannot be misunderstood. — Freeman Teague, Jr. The holidays are here! That means family and friend gatherings will begin to fill your calendars. And if your family is anything like my loud, large, no-topic-off-limits kind of family, then this also means that there will be a lot of talking, […]

Not your Grandmother’s Assessment System…

November 21, 2016

7 Reasons to Reassess your Assessment System The complexities of delivering education is increasing. From traditional brick and mortar and distance education, to competency-based education, prior-learning, micro credentialing, badging, and co-curricular assessment, to ERG initiatives, LiveText understands that telling your institution’s story goes beyond assessment for compliance. With nearly 20 years of experience, LiveText has […]

When was the last time you were scared?

October 10, 2016

Have you ever done something that scared the bejesus out of you? Think back….how did it end it up? Did you learn anything? Would you do it again? Have you ever done something scary over and over and over again? I have. It was called the speech and debate team. And to this day, I still […]

4 Reasons to Get Your Tweet On…Academically

August 22, 2016

Twitter is initially an empty space each user individually transforms into a public, dynamic space. You follow other users without obligation or permission based on your interests. Tweets from users you follow then comprise your Twitter feed and are constantly updated as users put up new posts. You can check in several times a day, […]

More Visible and Collective Attention to Essential Learning Outcomes by Regional Accreditors

August 8, 2016

In a statement submitted to the Senate HELP Committee in response to its call for comments, AAC&U President Carol Geary Schneider urged members of the committee as it considers possible changes to accreditation to “prioritize first and foremost the goal of ensuring that all college students participate in high-quality programs that are well-designed to advance […]

Event in Review: LiveText at AACTE

February 29, 2016

LiveText is proud to have been a premier sponsor at this year’s AACTE Annual Meeting in Las Vegas February 23-25. The conference theme, “Meeting the Demands of Professional Practice: Tough Questions, Tough Choices,” reflects the many challenges facing today’s Educator Preparation Providers and educators at all levels. The conference strands of Professionalism, Engagement, Programs and Practices, and Assessment stressed […]

Increase Student Performance Via Assessment

February 18, 2016

We all know why the assessment of student learning is important… Assessment – that is, consistent, ongoing, timely feedback – is required for any kind of student, unit, program, and institutional improvement to occur. This process provides: Opportunities for the academic community to engage in self-reflection of its learning goals, to determine the degree to which these […]

Top 5 Tips for Improving the Student Experience

December 11, 2015

It sounds simple, but asking and involving students in how technology could support them in their studies means we’re actually giving them what they want and need. If students don’t have a positive and enjoyable experience, which they believe meets their needs and offers value for money, a college or university is likely to notice […]