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When the assignment is a group assignment, first check if there is a separate instruction for creating groups.
- Forming a group: a single learner can form a group within the task. The group will have a joint turn-in box and sending messages to the group is also possible.
One member of the group will form the group by selecting the other group members and by giving the group a name. When all the group members have been found, such as by using the Search Users function, the group can be given a name, after which you click the Create group button.
The cog button on the group allows you to add and remove group users. You can also leave the group yourself if, for example, you have been accidentally added to the wrong group. The letter icon allows you to send a message to other group members.
- Working on group assignments in accordance with the instructions
- Turn-in: one learner turns in the work on behalf of the group and the assignment is shown as turned in for all group members.
Turn-ins for group assignments are done in the same way as with regular turn-in assignments. Depending on the assignment settings, it’s possible to turn in a file, text editor content, or both. Usually, the intended turn-in and its format are described in the assignment.
The file(s) that are turned in will also be listed in the Materials screen after turn-in.
If there is also a peer review section in the assignment, it opens once the turn-in work has been reviewed.