Once the instructor informs you that an assignment is available and where to find it, read and follow all instructions carefully, view the rubric if one has been provided, complete the work as directed, then click Submit to pass in your work.
A Rubric is a tool that lists evaluation criteria for an assignment.
If your assignment goes missing, you will need to resubmit.
To make resubmission possible, you are responsible for keeping a backup copy of your work.
For most of the assignments in this course, you will either want to create a text within Google itself, or copy/paste your work into Google.
I will not download your work or transfer it into another version of Gdoc.Rubrics can help your understand what is expected and how you might best meet the requirements of an assignment.They also help instructors explain how your work is evaluated.This allows you to spell-check your work, check the word count, and save it as a back-up copy.The Assignments tool enables you to submit assignments in Brightspace Learning Environment, eliminating the need to mail, fax, or email your work to instructors.Submitting your work with the Assignment tool in Blackboard allows you to easily upload your homework files to your instructor and receive files back, along with your grade. You can access an Assignment in Blackboard when it’s been deployed by your instructor in a Content Area of the course.Your instructor may have an entire area in your course dedicated to all assignments, perhaps even linked on the Course menu, or assignments may be placed along with related lesson material.When the page resets, it will not save your work and you will lose the body of your message.We recommend that students compose assignments in a word processing program and either copy and paste the text into the text area or attach the file using the File Attachment button.This handout provides a little more background on submitting work.Remember that all assignments are submitted electronically through Eclipse and Paperless.