Tech Tuesday: submitting and grading assignments with Juno Docs

This is the second installment of my multi-part series on JupiterEd.  Last week I covered the basics of JupiterEd, and this week I want to show you how students can submit assignments right in JupiterEd so that you can grade them within the program.

Because of the scope of the information covered, I would consider this to be an intermediate tutorial.This will be easier if you’ve already read my first post of the series and have had time to poke around JupiterEd. If you get lost, just refer back to the basics, and then catch up here.

Juno Docs

Juno Docs are text documents you can write online, directly in JupiterEd. Students can turn them in for essays, journals, and quick write-ups. 

Open a JupiterEd dropbox

Each assignment has its own dropbox to which students submit their JunoDoc. (There is no all-purpose dropbox for your class.) To create one:

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