Overview: Before launching Literably across your school or district, we encourage IT to review and complete the below action steps.
|#||Action Item||Resources and Background Info.|
|1||"Safelist" Literably.||Literably's Safelist|
|2||Ensure students have access to the internet and have compatible devices to assess on.||
Literably works on:
|3a||If students are using iPads, ensure that their iPads are compatible with Literably and that you have pushed out the latest Literably app to them (or ensure students have download the Literably app from the App Store themselves).||Information about iPad compatibility and the Literably iPad app|
If students are using computers, ensure that they are using compatible internet browsers:
|Information about compatible internet browsers|
|4*||(Optional) If students are using headsets/external microphones, please make sure those pieces of equipment are available and working correctly (e.g., not damaged).|
|5**||Upload/share your school's or district's rosters on Literably (whether IT is responsible for rostering will vary by school/district).||Learn more about Literably's rostering options|
Before instructing your teachers/students to start assessing, please test out logging in as a student & teacher to make sure everything is working correctly.
Communicate to the necessary staff and students (and possibly parents) about how they will log into Literably (e.g., let users know what passwords they will be using to log into Literably).
This action step can be completed by staff outside of IT.
|Check out Literably's customizable communication tools (emails, videos, etc.)|
*Headsets with microphones are not necessarily required to use Literably but may improve the audio quality of the recordings that students submit. More information about this topic can be found here.
**If your school or district is using Clever or ClassLink for rostering, you may need to set up single sign-on (SSO) via those systems. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or Clever/ClassLink if you have questions about doing this.