WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS TUTORIAL?
This tutorial demonstrates the student view of Canvas with Google Assignments LTI. It will show how the teacher assigns the work, how the students will view the work, turn it in, view their grades, and receive feedback. The tutorial also demonstrates how a student can unsubmit the assignment to make changes and resubmit the assignment.
*Note: This must be done for EVERY Canvas course that uses Google assignments.
Step 1: Navigate to Canvas Assignment
- Sign in to Canvas: http://iusd.instructure.com
- Click on the Course where the assignment is located
- Click Assignments in the course navigation menu
- Click on the Google Assignment you need to complete
Step 2: Link Google Assignments
- You will be asked to link your Google account to your Assignments. Please make sure to allow pop ups from Canvas.
- Once you click Link, a window will appear in the left hand corner of the screen asking you to confirm this action. Click Link.
Step 3: Open Assignment
- Once signed in to Google, the assignment in Canvas appears. Click Open Assignment
- Students click on the attached assignment to open and begin working on the assignment.
Step 4: Submitting your Google Assignment
- Once you’ve completed your work - DO NOT SHARE. After completing the assignment, click on the Canvas assignment tab to submit their work.
- Once you’ve clicked on the Canvas assignment tab, click Submit.
- A pop up window will appear to confirm that you want to submit your work. Click Submit.
- Canvas will show a confirmation that work was submitted, as well as an Unsubmit button in the lower right.
Step 5: View Graded Assignment
- Students have two options to access their graded assignments.
- Option 1: Click Assignments in the left navigation bar and then the title of the assignment.
- Option 2: Click Grades in the left navigation bar and then the assignment name.
Next to Grades, a dot appears, if an assignment has been graded. Click on assignment. Click on Grades and the assignments that have been graded and viewed are there.
- Note: A dot next to the assignment shows that grades have not been viewed.
- If your teacher allows multiple attempts, a resubmit button will appear within your assignment as shown below.
Step 6: Assignment with Originality Report
- Open your assignment. Once the assignment is opened; you may create or add your document, or work on the document your teacher attached. Before submitting, students should run an originality report. This report scans your assignment for plagiarism/ possible missing citations. Click Run.
- Click on View Originality Report to view results
- The report highlights plagiarism and gives a percentage of originality and/or the count of cited or quoted passages.
This document was created for Irvine Unified School District by the Information Technology Department.
Last Updated 7/27/23 EE