This post explains how to submit your work at the end of a textivate sequence.
(This post relates to textivate sequences, available to users with Premium or Group subscriptions, where students submit their work using the teacher's username plus the shared student password.)
At the end of an activity sequence, exactly what happens (and in what order) depends on whether or not you are already logged in to textivate...
If you are not logged in to textivate, you will see this screen:
You should click on the link. Then you will see this screen:
Fill in the teacher's username and the student password, and then click "Submit log in data". You are now logged in as a student. See below.
If you are logged in as a student, you will see this screen:
Fill in your name, your group (this is optional - you can leave it empty) and click "Submit". You should then see this message:
That's it. Your work has been submitted.
What if I close the first notification box? What can I do?
Don't panic! You can get the box back by clicking the rosette icon at the top of the screen:
You can also log in or out using the "log in" / "log out" icons at the top of the screen, then click the rosette to get the box that allows you to submit your data.
Just make sure you don't leave the page if you want to submit your work... (If you do this, you'll have to start the sequence again!!)
What if I don't get any of the above notifications?
This will be because you are already logged in, but not as a student.
If you are logged in as a teacher (maybe you are testing how the sequence works...?) you will just see a message that you have completed the sequence. If you want to test out the work submission thing, here's what you shoud do:
- Close the "All activities completed" notification.
- Click "Log out" at the top of the screen.
- Then click "Log in" and enter the username and student password (remember, you can only submit work if logged in as a student).
- Click the rosette icon, enter your name, and Submit.
Hope all of this helps. Please contact us via the textivate website if you have any question, doubts etc.
See this video, too: