LiveText Account Information:
Courses in the PCOE use the LiveText data management system to collect critical assessments for students who are Perkins College of Education majors (undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral) or majors in other colleges seeking educator certification through the Perkins College of Education. Students who do not have an existing LiveText account will receive an access code via the SFA email system within the first week of class. You will be required to register your LiveText account, and you will be notified how to do this via email. If you forward your SFA e-mail to another account and do not receive an e-mail concerning LiveText registration, please be sure to check your junk mail folder and your spam filter for these e-mails.
If you have questions about obtaining or registering your LiveText account, call ext. 1267 or e-mail SFALiveText@sfasu.edu. Once LiveText is activated, if you have technical questions, call ext. 7050 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to activate the account and/or submit the required assignment(s) within the LiveText system may result in course failure.
LiveText Field Experience Module (FEM):
In your first field experience course you must purchase and activate the LiveText Field Experience Module (FEM), PRIOR to your first day of field experience/clinical teaching. Failure to purchase and activate the account and/or submit the required assignment(s) within the FEM system may result in course failure. FEM must be purchased from www.livetext.com for a fee of $18.00.
F.A.Q. and Support Documents
LiveText is the College of Education’s centralized assessment system for the teacher certification unit. LiveText provides the necessary tools for uniform data collection across all programs to track student progress. LiveText provides the tools for reporting aggregated data to the state and national accrediting agencies regarding comprehensive assessments, plans, reports and evidence of learning for the Unit as a whole. LiveText manages and assesses institutional reports, self-studies, and program assessment plans, it collects, analyzes, and reports based on our institutional outcomes; and manages all accreditation requirements through a single, comprehensive program. Livetext meets the state requirement for a comprehensive, unit-wide assessment system for our teacher certification programs. 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, and the effective use of technology.
Documents and Guides for Faculty