What can be uploaded?
Files, links, text, pictures, videos, YouTube, audio, Google Drive, and OneDrive

There are four ways a student can upload the various media listed above; the method will depend on how you, as the teacher, plan to use the file. To grade it, you can create an Advanced Assessment or Rubric Assessment. If you just want to view and comment, without attaching it to a grade, you can have them upload it into their portfolio or attach it to a blog post. Want more details on each of these? Read on!

To Grade

Advanced Assessment

  • Advanced Assessments have a question type called File Upload.
  • The File Upload question type allows students to upload a file for review by the teacher. This question is non auto-scored, and the accepted file extensions are: JPG, GIF, PNG, PDF, TXT, CSV, RTF, XPS, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Publisher and Open Office documents. Files to be uploaded must be less than 10MB.

Rubric Assessment

  • Create a Rubric Assessment. There is no extra step to require an upload, it is a built-in feature to a Rubric Assessment!
  • This is what it will look like from the student's view:
  • When students select Choose File, they can use any of these various file types.
  • This is what it will look like from the teacher's view when it has been submitted (the example was a Google Doc).


To View and/or Comment

Portfolio Attachment

  • Students can add media their portfolio.
  • Students will navigate to the Portfolio Module and click + Add Item.
  • Here is the student of adding to their portfolio:
  • For the teacher to access the portfolio post, you will go the Student Profile.
  • Navigate to Content
  • Click on the post you want to view
  • Here is the teacher of the portfolio post:


Blog Post

  • Students can add media to a blog post.
  • Students will navigate to the Blog module and select Create Post. *Note - All blog posts are available in the Class Feed for teachers and family accounts linked to each student. Marking the post Private makes it visible only in the class feed for the teacher, the student author, and that student's linked family accounts.
  • Here is the student view of creating a blog post and attaching a file:
  • Here is the teacher view of the blog post made above:
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