Since we’ve changed over the system for assignment submissions, there are some questions we’ve answered below about the change:
Q: Some of my assignments from the CourseSites assignment workbook still haven’t been graded, what should I do?
A: We’ve noticed that our notification of what needs grading in CourseSites is sometimes inaccurate! Since we have almost 1,500 blogs submitted, we need your help to make sure we have your assignment corrected.
This can be done one of two ways:
1) Follow these instructions to re-submit your assignment through Instreamia in the new assignment workbook:
2) Fill out this form, and we’ll investigate your CourseSites blog and send you an email when we’ve graded it.
If some of your assignments have been graded, you should only have to re-submit the ones that have not been graded.
Q: If I haven’t submitted one of the earlier assignments, where should I submit it now?
A: You should submit it through Instreamia! We’re confident that the issues we’ve been having with assignment submissions will be overcome with the Instreamia Assignment Workbook
Q: Can I still type my assignment in MS Word and paste it into the Instreamia Assignment Workbook?
A: Yes! If you have your assignment word processed, just copy the text and paste it into the assignment workbook. Instreamia will automatically break the sentences into individual subtitles, just like it does for the videos you’ve been watching. Breaking your text into individual sentences is a crucial step because it allows the graders to give corrections and feedback on each sentence, and it allows you to easily make corrections when they point out a mistake.