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How do I upload student writing files to Writable?
How do I upload student writing files to Writable?

Import student work in the form of Word Docs and Google Docs to generate AI-suggested feedback.

Updated over a week ago

Upload digital files, including Word Docs (.docx, .doc) and Google Docs, to create a Writable assignment and view AI feedback. If you haven't set up your Writable classes yet, you can opt to load writing to demo accounts to preview AI-generated feedback.

Have an existing Google Classroom assignment?
Click 'Import Google Coursework' from the Import options. Click here to read more.

1. From your Writable account, click 'Create' and then choose 'Import Student Work.'

2. Click 'Upload Digital Files'.

3. Click 'Existing Class'.

Note: Haven't set up your Writable classes yet? You can opt to use a demo class to view feedback on your students' sample writing.

4. Choose to upload either local files (.doc, .docx) or Google files directly from your Google Drive. In this example, we will upload local files.

5. Choose the files from your device and click 'Open'. You will see the file names in the left list. When you're ready, click 'Match files to students'.

Tip! Need to import from both your device and Google Drive? Click 'Upload Google files' to select from your Google Drive.

6. For this step you will match each student to their writing. The left window will show the filename and a preview of the writing. The right window shows the list of your students.

  • Click 'Attach file' by a student's name to match the visible writing to that student's account.

  • Click 'Remove file' to unlink the writing.

  • Each student can only be associated with a single file.

  • If you've chosen to upload Google Docs, students with Google accounts may be automatically associated with those files.

7. Click 'Create Assignment' once you have matched all work to students. Complete the assignment creation wizard. In these 5 steps, you can add readings, edit your prompt, choose a rubric, get prompt feedback, and adjust your assignment title.

8. Next you will see the Loading Coursework screen.

9. Once your coursework has loaded, and AI feedback has been generated, click 'View Assignment'.

10. Click on the class to open the assignment dashboard. From the dashboard, you can review your AI-generated feedback and score student work.


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