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*''Workaround'': If the student submission was made using the "inline" submission box, the instructor can post comments by putting her/his comments in { {double curly brackets } }. The instructor comments appear in red to the student. If the student has submitted a Word document, download the file and make your comments by using "track changes" in Word.  Add the edited submission as your feedback.
*''Workaround'': If the student submission was made using the "inline" submission box, the instructor can post comments by putting her/his comments in { {double curly brackets } }. The instructor comments appear in red to the student. If the student has submitted a Word document, download the file and make your comments by using "track changes" in Word.  Add the edited submission as your feedback.
*''Status'': Resolved.--[[User:Jolaine|Jolaine]] 11:22, 15 April 2011 (EDT)
*''Status'': Resolved.--[[User:Jolaine|Jolaine]] 11:22, 15 April 2011 (EDT)
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===Turnitin integration with Assignments currently not working===
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*''Problem'': The Turnitin option in Assignments is not working. No Turnitin reports are generated.
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*''Workaround'':  You may submit papers directly to Turnitin. If you do not have an account with the Turnitin.com site please fill in the [https://lss.at.ufl.edu/forms/turnitin.php |form].  Once you have your Turnitin account, you may bulk upload all your assignment submissions to Turnitin:
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# In the Assignment list, click '''Grade'''
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# Click '''Download All''' in the upper right corner of the screen
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# Check "Only Student submission attachment(s)
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# Click '''Download'''
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# Save file to your computer
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# Login to Turnitin and add a class if you haven't already done so
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# Click the title of the class
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# Click "More actions" dropdown menu and choose "Submit paper"
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# Choose "zip file upload" for the submission method
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# Browse for zip file you downloaded from e-Learning
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# Click '''Upload'''
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# Click '''Submit'''
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*''Status'': Under investigation.--[[User:Rnarasi|Narasi]] 12:53, 23 August 2011 (EDT)
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Assessments

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Assignments

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Turnitin integration with Assignments currently not working

  1. In the Assignment list, click Grade
  2. Click Download All in the upper right corner of the screen
  3. Check "Only Student submission attachment(s)
  4. Click Download
  5. Save file to your computer
  6. Login to Turnitin and add a class if you haven't already done so
  7. Click the title of the class
  8. Click "More actions" dropdown menu and choose "Submit paper"
  9. Choose "zip file upload" for the submission method
  10. Browse for zip file you downloaded from e-Learning
  11. Click Upload
  12. Click Submit

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Discussions

Can't open Attachments in Discussions


Users Get Email When New Post is Made to Discussions

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Gradebook Won't Export if Students are Enrolled Who are Not Associated With Roster

View Student by Section Does Not Show All Students

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T&Q Table of Contents Allows Students to See Their Scores

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"Import" Function in Tests & Quizzes can Corrupt Username

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