MAP is an online tool for students to document and demonstrate their learning.
The Graduate School of Education has instituted an electronic portfolio system, called My Assessment Portfolio (MAP), that is used by all graduate students in licensure and Master's degree programs. MAP provides:
MAP also provides career benefits, including the capacity to create a professional portfolio and arrange it in multiple ways, depending on one's job search, and an easy way to share examples of best work during interviews.Enrolling in MAPDuring the beginning of your program's first semester or term, the initial five-year subscription to MAP will be created through a keycode registration process for LiveText, Lesley's ePortfolio vendor. Account and registration information will sent to your lesley.edu email address. Please note: your lesley.edu email address is the required email address of the university and is where all communication regarding MAP will be sent.A one-time, non-refundable ePortfolio subscription fee of $150.00 will be posted on your tuition bill. Financial aid can be used to cover the cost. Once the five-year subscription expires, you may renew your account by contacting the vendor directly.A MAP tutorial will be available to you through the myLesley community site. We recommend that you view the tutorial as you begin your first semester. As you continue with your program, you are able to return to this tutorial to review all of the resources and help materials offered.What to expect:
What Support is Available to Answer Questions Regarding Your Portfolio?Training and resource materials are available here, and are also accessible in myLesley under Lesley services by clicking the Support link next to the listing for LiveText. For questions regarding LiveText, please email email@example.com or call 617.349.8632.
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To access MAP, visit livetext.
For technical issues associated with MAP, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.