How to use online asynchronous writing consultation revised
1. You must first create your draft in Google Drive or upload a word file to Google Drive. You need to make sure that you save it as a Google Doc so that it can be editedClickthis to Click this tocreate upload aa doc file
When you create your draft in Google Drive, you also need to type these three questions into the document and answer them before sharing your document: 1. What is the assignment? (If possible, please copy and paste the assignment guidelines provided by your professor.) 2. What is your thesis statement? 3. What do you specifically want feedback on?*For you to have an effective online consultation,you MUST answer these three questions.
2. Once you have a draft in Google Drive and have answered the three questions, you then share the document with “Writing Help” (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is the ShareDialog box thatappears..Be sure to type inWriting Helpand then clickShare & Save.
3. Once you share your document, a writingconsultant will comment on your draft within48 hours. You will then be able to go to yourGoogle Drive and see the changes. If you haveany questions regarding the consultant’ssuggestions, you can reply to the consultantvia the comment feature in the top right handcorner of Google Drive. When replying via the comment feature, please remember that it is asynchronous and you will not get an immediate reply.
4. When you are finished with your consultation, besure to “un-share” your document with the WritingHelp Google group. Also EXPORT your document backto Microsoft word to be able to show your instructoryour comment transcript as proof of yourconsultation. To “un-share”, click on the share button and when the share settings dialog box opens click on the x beside Writing Help then click the blue Done button.
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