In order to take part in an online draft workshop, you'll need to take the following steps.
If you're unfamiliar with Google Drive, this might seem a little strange at first, but after you've had some experience, the process should become more familiar.
You've probably used Microsoft Word to write your draft. Find that document on your hard drive and upload it to your Google Drive account.
To allow others to make comments on your draft, the next step is to convert it to Google Docs format.
So that the rest of us know which document is which -- and who wrote which one -- change the name of your draft using this format (where
Lastname is your last name and
AssignmentName is the name of the assignment):
Lastname AssignmentName Draft
To allow the rest of us to read -- and provide feedback for -- your draft, share it with everyone in the class, and make sure you've chosen "Can comment" from the drop-down menu next to the "Invite people" text box.
To do share, use the following gmail addresses:
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email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
To learn which drafts you've been assigned, check the "Peer Review List."
In order to find the documents that have been shared with you, click on the menu item that says "Shared with me" or "Incoming" in the lefthand column of Google Drive.
Provide feedback directly on the documents that you are peer reviewing by using the commenting features of Google Docs.
After 2 students have provided feedback on your draft, download the document to your hard drive. Be sure to download the file as Microsoft Word document.
Use the feedback you've received on your draft to make revisions. You should also make any revisions that you decide are necessary, whether or not those revisions are made in response to feedback from others.
After you have revised your draft, submit it to Blackboard to be graded.