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Friday, September 12, 2014

Hoo-ray: Goobric comes to Google Classroom!

Thanks Andrew Stillman and team for combining Doctopus, Goobric and Classroom into an easy-to-use solution for classroom teachers around the world! Here is a tutorial for how to get set up with this new integration.

For more information: https://plus.google.com/+AndrewStillman/posts/VtzTvLzMWbW

12 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! This is fantastic. We are just starting our Classroom adventure, but I am bookmarking this for later. Thank you! Enjoy your weekend!

    Jenny
    Suntans and Lesson Plans

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  2. Jenny, thanks so much for posting this! The teachers at my school have been discussing ways to integrate rubrics with Classroom, so this is perfect. One question - when I open Doctopus in Google Drive, I only see "build a new roster" as an option. "Ingest a CR assignment" is nowhere to be found! I just got Doctopus today, so it should be the most updated version of the add-on. Any ideas what I'm missing? Thanks again! ~Meghan

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    1. Is the Google Classroom folder named "Classroom" in your drive?

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  3. Aha!!! Problem solved. Can't wait to try this. Thanks, Meghan

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  4. I am using Google Classroom for the first time this week. I am not finding the Classroom folder in my drive. What should I do? Thanks,Marcy

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  5. It should appear after you have created your first class, James.

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  6. Hi Jennifer
    I was wondering if you might help me out. I learned about Goobric from you during the Google Summit in Singapore and have been having some issues with getting it to link properly. It was working, and then half way through marking my class - I started getting the attached message, and now it doesn't link at all:

    This doc has no attached rubrics that are viewable to this Google Drive account.

    If this seems wrong, it's likely because you use multi-log-in with two or more Google Accounts. Goobric and most other Chrome Apps and Extensions work better when you use separate Chrome user profiles for your Google accounts.

    I have signed out of everything and resigned in - I do not have multiple accounts going at once. I don't know what is going on. Any help would be great as I was loving using it!

    Keriann

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    1. Maybe when you ran it you were multi-logged in? Can you try starting the script again from scratch?

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  7. Jennie, I have Classroom and a folder in my Drive labeled as such. I do not have the INGEST option in Doctopus, just the BUILD one. I've removed and re-installed too just to be certain that wasn't the issue. Thoughts? Thanks! Ryan

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    1. That's odd - have you tried reaching out to Andrew Stillman on Google+?

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  8. Will this work with iOS? It doesn't look like the Add On or the Chrome Extensions are available on my iPad. THANKS! Sarah

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    1. Sadly not, unless you run through Chrome on your iPad in Desktop mode... which is still a bit clunky.

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