Submit Homework in the Virtual Room


With our  Submit Work function, you can easily submit your hardcopy homework in the virtual room at any time! Do not worry if you have to take multiple photos of a multi-page homework assignment as there is an option to merge all your single-page photos into one document for uploading. Your homework will be uploaded to your personal desk, where only you and your teacher can access it.

The Submit Work function has been specifically streamlined for uploading of hardcopy homework. Note that some features of this function, such as file merging, is not available when uploading documents normally.

After your homework is submitted, it will be auto-named in the format of "Assignment DD/MM/YY <Your Name>", so you and your teacher can find the file easily in your desk library. You can continue to view it and edit it. You can also access previously uploaded homework and documents from your desk at any time.

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1

Submitting Hard Copy Homework 

1) Submitting Work into the Room

You must log in on a computer to use the Submit work function. Enter the room under  Work on my own mode.

In the virtual room, click Submit work at the top right.

Using your mobile device, scan the QR code in the pop out window. If you use iPhone, you can use the camera app on your phone to scan the code. For Android device, download a QR code or bar code scanner app from the Play Store to scan the code. You may download Trend Micro™ QR Scanner if you do not have a scanner app.

Tap on the URL that appears.


If you are using an Android device and you are asked to choose a browser, select Chrome.

2) Selecting Files to Upload

In the following screen, click Select Files. A few options may open on your mobile device, such as the camera or the file explorer on your mobile device. 

Note that this may be different for different mobile devices. The example shown here is an Android phone.

Selecting Camera will allow you to take photos of your homework directly. 

If you have already taken photos of your homework and the photos are in your mobile device storage, select Files to open up your mobile device storage folder. Tap the images of your homework that you would like to upload. You can select more than one image at a time.

Note that only .pdf, .jpg, .png files are supported currently. Word documents (.docx) and other Microsoft Office file types (eg .pptx, .xlsx) are not supported.

After selecting your files, it will appear on the screen as a list of files.

a) Removing a file from the list

To remove a file from the list of files to upload, tap the cross icon next to the file.

b) Rearranging the order of the files

Rearrange the order of the files by tapping the  six dots icon next to the file and dragging the file to a new position. The files will be uploaded or merged as a single PDF based on the order shown.

c) Merging the files into one document

The files will be automatically merged into one document by leaving the checkbox with Merge all files into one document checked. If you wish to merge multiple images into one document, please check that they are in the correct order and rearrange them if necessary.

If you want to leave the files separate, you can uncheck the checkbox.

3) Upload the Files

When you are ready, tap Upload.

After the files have uploaded, you can tap Upload Another File to upload another set of files, or you can tap Close This Window to return to the virtual room.

When you have finished uploading all of your homework, you would be directed back to the virtual room. You can access your newly uploaded file:

2

Accessing the Uploaded Homework

a) From your mobile device

Log into ClassDo and enter the room under Work on my Own mode.

Tap the Desk icon at the top right corner. You will automatically move into your deskspace, which only you and your teacher can access.

To access the file that you have just uploaded on a mobile device, tap the  Menu button at the top left of the screen.

Tap the '+' icon at the bottom of the screen to open a new tab and call out the file that you just uploaded.

The most recently uploaded files will be shown at the top of the list. When the file is first uploaded, it will be named  Assignment DD/MM/YY (Your Name). Tap on it to open it in your desk.

You can rename the file so that it is easier to identify. Tap the  Additional options button (three-dot icon) at the top right and tap the text box under Content name to rename the file.

2) From your PC, laptop, or tablet

Click the  Desk icon at the top right corner. You will automatically move into your deskspace, which only you and your teacher can access.

Click the  '+' icon at the top left of the screen to open a new tab and call out the file that you just uploaded.

The most recently uploaded files will be shown at the top left of the list. When the file is first uploaded, it will be named  Assignment DD/MM/YY (Your Name). Click on it to open it in your desk.

You can rename the file so that it is easier to identify. Click on the Additional options button (three-dot icon) at the top right.


Click the text box under  Content name. Enter the file name for your file.

3

Searching for Homework from the Library

1) From your mobile device

Enter the room under Work on my own mode.

Tap the  Desk icon at the top right corner. You will automatically move into your deskspace, which only you and your teacher can access.

Tap the  Menu button at the top left of the screen. Tap the ' +' icon at the bottom of the screen to open a new tab.

If you cannot see your file among the six most recently modified/uploaded files, tap View All.

Then, select your homework file to call it out from the Library.

If there are a lot of files, you may also choose to  key in the name of your homework file in the searchbar to look for your content file.

You can also search for specific types of files by tapping the filter icon. Select PDF/Image to display only PDFs and image files in your library. Select your homework file from the filtered list.

If you no longer need to use the file, you can return the file into your desk library by first tapping on Menu button, then the tabs icon at the lower right. Tap to close the tab. This will return the file to your desk's library. This is so that your deskspace does not become too cluttered with too many open tabs!

Your changes will be saved even if you do not close the tab before leaving the room. If you are not done with your work, you can leave the tab open when you leave the room. The next time you enter your desk again under Work on My Own mode, the tabs from the previous session will remain open, so you can easily pick up where you left off.

2) From your computer or tablet

Enter the room under  Work on my own mode.

If your teacher has assigned you to do a piece of homework that is already saved in the your desk's library, or if you want to check on a piece of homework that you previously uploaded, click the Desk icon at the top right corner.

Make sure to check if the homework is stored in the room's library (which is open to all members of the room) or your own desk space, which is private to only you and your teacher.

Click the ' +' icon at the top left to open a new tab.


Select your homework to call out the content file.

If your homework file is not shown among the six most recently modified/uploaded files, click View all.


Then,  select your homework file to call it out from the Library.

If there are a lot of files, you may also choose to  key in the name of your homework file in the searchbar to look for your content file.

You can also search for specific types of files by tapping the  filter icon. Select PDF/Image to display only PDFs and image files in your library. Select your homework file from the filtered list.

If you no longer need to use the file, you can return the file into your desk library by clicking the ' X' icon at the top left to close the tab. This will return the file to your desk's library. This is so that your deskspace does not become too cluttered with too many open tabs!

Your changes will be saved even if you do not close the tab before leaving the room. If you are not done with your work, you can leave the tab open when you leave the room. The next time you enter your desk again under  Work on My Own mode, the tabs from the previous session will remain open, so you can easily pick up where you left off.

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