Digital Dropbox
Click
Tools




         Click
        Dropbox
◦ Students can electronically submit assignments
  using the drop box
If a student uses the add file feature, the

    student will be able to remove the file prior to
    sending the file. T...
Add the file
A message displays noting that the file
         has not been sent
Click
Send
 File
Any files that
have been added
  but not sent
  appear here


               Select
             file to be
              ...
Confirmation
  Message
Files submitted to
  the instructor will
    say Submitted



Files added (but not
  sent) will not say
      submitted
Submission
                                information



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Digital Dropbox

  1. 1. Digital Dropbox
  2. 2. Click Tools Click Dropbox
  3. 3. ◦ Students can electronically submit assignments using the drop box
  4. 4. If a student uses the add file feature, the  student will be able to remove the file prior to sending the file. The student must click “send file” to submit the file to the instructor. Send file submits the file directly to the instructor.
  5. 5. Add the file
  6. 6. A message displays noting that the file has not been sent
  7. 7. Click Send File
  8. 8. Any files that have been added but not sent appear here Select file to be sent
  9. 9. Confirmation Message
  10. 10. Files submitted to the instructor will say Submitted Files added (but not sent) will not say submitted
  11. 11. Submission information From the Control Panel click Digital Dropbox to view all assignments submitted. Click on the links to download the files. For more information contact Lisa Hawkins at hawkinsl@cua.edu
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