How and why are students uploading pictures to the platform Pro Preview

In many tasks and challenges students will have to upload a picture to the platform as a form of validation that they've completed the tasks.

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  • 22 Mar 2018

How to take a screenshot

If required students must take a screenshot of their current computer screen and upload it. Print Screen button is located in the upper right section of the keyboard. Then it is just Browse... that's it.

How to take a picture with the phone

The students might be logged in to the platform from their phones. They could directly use the phone to upload a picture using the browser on the phone. Or if they are not logged in from the phone, they should download the picture from the phone to the computer. Generally, this happens with Bluetooth or with a USB cable.  

Why

Pictures help keep a record of the achievements. You can confirm the completion of the task based on this pictures. The pictures could also be shared with other groups of students as a form of clarification of what exactly should be done and how others have done it. 

 

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