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Adding Comments to Students' Documents
Adding Comments into a Student’s Document
Overview

Faculty members can now enter comments about (1) the entire document as a whole; (2) about a single page within one document; (3) about a specific section on a certain page within the document; and/or (4) about a particular area of text within the document as part of the assessment process. These types of comments may be added to student work “Submitted for Review” OR to student work “Submitted for Assessment.” 

Screenshot for reference use with directions which follow:

 

How to add Document Level Comments
1.      Open a student’s submission.
2.      Click the  icon immediately below the document title (document title = ELEM 315 Pace Student Tracking Chart Template Fl 07 in the above example).
3.      Enter comments inside the text box.
  1. To save the comment, click on the  button.
How to add Page Level Comments
1.      Open a student’s submission.
2.      Click the  icon immediately above the page title (page title = Student Tracking Chart in the above example).
3.      Enter comments inside the text box.
  1. To save the comment, click on the  button.
How to add Section Level Comments
  1. Open a student's submission.
  2. Click the  icon immediately below the section title (section title = Student Tracking Chart for Formative and Summative Evaluations in the above example).
  3. Enter comments inside the text box.
  4. To save the comment, click on the  button.
 How to add Text Level comments
  1. Open a student's submission.
  2. Move the mouse anywhere over a particular text area.
  3. Click on a location you wish to leave a comment.
  4. A dialog box will then open and your comments may be added. (The dialogue box is open and the comment “word misspelled” has been entered in the example shown above.)
  5. Click the  icon to save your comment.
 
Last Published: January 9, 2008 4:27 PM
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