Oregon State University

CS 101: Applications and Implications of Computers

Oregon State University, College of Engineering

Teaching Assistants

The following notes will help Teaching Assistants (TA)s feel prepared to help the Instructor improve the online textbook and Canvas modules as well as score student work with the highest level of accuracy and consistency.





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Obligations

...to the Department

All TAs must take the FERPA Student TA training module and quiz online before they can be added to a Canvas course where they have access to student data.

TAs must read, understand, and follow the EECS Graduate Handbook.

Undergraduate TAs must read, understand, and follow section 2 of the EECS Graduate Handbook.

...to the Instructor

TAs are obligated to provide their allotted hours of assistance (FTE) to their assigned instructor each week. If you have questions about this, please contact your supervisor. A typical Summer Session assignment is .3 FTE (19.5 hours per week). A typical Fall, Winter, and Spring assignment is either .25 (10 hours) or .5 (19 hours)

TAs may be asked to:

  • Review course materials and make recommendations.
  • Submit bug reports via an email list.
  • Check the accuracy of facts and procedures.
  • Contribute ideas.
  • Grade assignments.
  • Produce teaching materials.

...to the Students

Students have paid a small fortune to be in their courses, so we are obligated to give them the best service possible within the typical expectations. These include:

  • Timely and accurate scores.
  • Timely and accurate feedback written with an objective tone (rather than negative tone).
  • Timely answers to their questions.
  • Empathy when they are struggling.
  • Patience.
  • Review of terms, concepts, skills, and procedures as needed online and/or in office hours.
  • Accommodations as required by DAS.

Global Notes

Start scoring the day an assignment is due.

Regardless of the day an assignment is due, you must begin scoring the day it is due. Spend a few hours grading that day and finish up within the next 2 days. Do not wait until the next project is due to get started scoring...this is unfair to the student and causes a great deal of anxiety. They deserve to know as soon as possible if their work is adequate. If it isn't, they need time to make improvements for the next project, which is due within a few days.

Keep an eye on the Canvas Coming Up menu and/or the Calendar and plan your other activities accordingly.

TurnItIn will check for plagiarism.

View the Originality Report for each student's submission before you begin scoring it. If a student plagiarized a lot, then alert the instructor so she can deal with it. If a student has minor plagiarism, then score it in the correct rubric line item in Canvas Speedgrader.

How to comment and score plagiarism.

If a student's report did not generate, give them the point. We are unable to upload it ourselves, unfortunately (Fall 2018). Leave this note in the Rubric comment:

The Originality Report did not generate, unfortunately, so I must grant credit anyway.

When students have minor plagiarism, use this comment:

I reviewed the plagiarism report and see that it has several phrases highlighted. In the future, be sure to review the actual report for any phrases or sentences that get highlighted. Take the opportunity to edit your work and resubmit before the deadline. Review the TurnItIn tutorial: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/turnitin.html

When students have major plagiarism, use this comment:

Too much of your writing is copied, copied without quotation marks, or poorly edited. Please get help learning how to write without plagiarizing by reviewing this tutorial: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/turnitin.html and by contacting one or more writing support service listed at the end of each chapter.

These kinds of highlighting can be ignored:

  • Instruction pages or Table of Contents.
  • Page, slide, or section titles.
  • Titles of articles or laws.
  • Quoted phrases or sentences.
  • Common phrases.
  • Bibliography entries.

Writing Samples

Writing Samples for CS 101

Writing Samples for CS 101

The following four writing samples correlate with rubrics for each chapter's required writing assignment.

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Earns full points.

The following example paragraph meets writing requirements because:

  • It is written in the third-person style.
    1. When instructions ask you a personal opinion or about your process, then write in the first-person style.
    2. When instructions ask you to write about an article, then write about it in the third person style.
  • Includes enough detail about who said what.
  • Includes bolded key concepts.
  • Includes a hyperlink in the title of the article/movie.
Modern Learning mentions several ways that teaching and learning have changed since the advent of computers. Learning may include searching for definitions, tutorials, detailed explanations, and interactive media to increase knowledge and skills. Learning can also occur without lectures or books and often takes place when students interact with each other around a shared concept, which some call ‘open source’ or ‘crowdsource’ or ‘crowdlearning’. Kapur says that when groups come up with ideas together, they often begin to understand the structure of solutions so they can solve big problems. Mitra suggests that we don’t need teachers when students can teach themselves if they just have access to devices that connect to knowledge banks like search engines.
Lacks the required citation method.

Paragraph is written in the third-person, includes enough detail about who said what, but does not include a hyperlink in the title of the article/movie or bolded keywords.

Modern Learning mentions several ways that teaching and learning have changed since the advent of computers. Learning may include searching for definitions, tutorials, detailed explanations, and interactive media to increase knowledge and skills. Learning can also occur without lectures or books and often takes place when students interact with each other around a shared concept, which some call ‘open source’ or ‘crowdsource’ or ‘crowdlearning’. Kapur says that when groups come up with ideas together, they often begin to understand the structure of solutions so they can solve big problems. Mitra suggests that we don’t need teachers when students can teach themselves if they just have access to devices that connect to knowledge banks like search engines.
Lacks enough detail and the required style.

Paragraph does not meet requirements because it is written in the first-person, focuses too much on introducing the article rather than providing details about who did what as noted in the content of the article, it lacks bolded keywords, and it lacks a hyperlink in the title of the article/movie.

In this paragraph I’ll be talking about things I literally knew nothing about. This paragraph focuses on the modern learning article found in the textbook. It talks about some of the ways people teach and learn, which could be from the internet and videos.
Is plagiarized (lacks original writing).

Paragraph is copied directly from the Modern Learning article, which is plagiarism. Short quotated passages are allowed as long as the title is hyperlinked in the paragraph.

How education is delivered and received is changing rapidly and many students prefer the new ways of learning, such as through crowdlearning, TED talks, Khan Academy, and Code School. Or by working together with others to solve a problem...making new discoveries.

Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:

Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

Canvas Rubric

All projects are scored using a Rubric in Canvas SpeedGrader. The rubrics match the scoring criteria in the textbook chapters.

If you have questions about how to score a project, then you must ASK the instructor before you finish scoring a student's work, so that the student is not confused or mad about a score change.


Click the View Rubric button and TurnItIn buttons.

Report all confusing Rubrics to the instructor immediately.

Do not choose a markdown if it does not fit the criterion. Randomly selected responses don't help anyone.

SpeedGrader Comments for every assignment.

Immediately after scoring, add this note to the SpeedGrader Comment box to tell students how to view their feedback and remind them how to ask for clarification:

 
Thank you for your efforts, __. Nicely done, __! Excellent work, __! If you have questions about our feedback in the Rubric, please reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box so the Instructor can respond to you quickly.

Click the View Rubric button to score and paste comments into the field.

Do not reply to students' questions in Canvas.

The instructor will answer all student questions in Canvas. If a student sends you an email, please pass it onto me. I want to ensure that they receive a timely answer as well as a consistent message. If their questions are related to confusing instructions then I'll have the opportunity to fix them right away so everyone benefits.

DO answer their questions in class and relay answers to me that affect the course materials or deadlines.

Leave all unsubmitted work blank; do not score it with a 0. I will score all missed assignments.

For students who are confused about how the documents are to be drafted, please refer me to them by providing me with the Speedgrader URL for their submission. You can also leave them this note:

Hello, __ Take a look here at the Example Projects to compare your work to the best example for each chapter we've done so far: https://oregonstate.instructure.com/courses/1712149/pages/good-examples Feel free to write to the Instructor often to ask questions when you are confused. She is here to help you succeed.

For students who are not participating, provide this note (instructor only) in the Assignment Comment box:

Hello, __. I see that you have missed one or more assignments. I recommend you contact the Ecampus Student Success team or the Student Life office for help locating support resources tailored to your needs and to help you build strategies for managing your courses. https://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/services/student-services/success/ or https://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/student-info

More will be added as I answer your questions.

Before the first day of class

Read the chapters thoroughly.

To avoid confusing students and making them angry, it is important that textbook/Canvas errors are corrected before students begin the term. Read all the materials and Canvas and in the online textbook, then do the following:

  1. Report all typos, bugs, broken links, mis-numbered steps, out-of-date instructions and screenshots, and confusing instructions or text via a numbered list in an email message. Create a list of recommendations in an email message that includes the URL, step number, problem and solution for each issue.
  2. Compare what the syllabus and chapters say with what Canvas says so that inconsistencies can be updated as soon as possible.
  3. Confirm that the Canvas Rubrics match what is provided in the textbook Scoring Criteria lists.

Test and document procedures

  1. Try the procedures for each skill:
    • To ensure they make sense and are still accurate.
    • Look for consistent styling of menus and choices or input.
    • Some applications change without warning, which might mean that new writing, screenshots, and screencasts are needed.
  2. Report all typos, bugs, out of date screenshots/instructions, confusing instructions via a numbered list in an email message.
  3. Take cropped screenshots of each procedure that needs updating. Crop, resize, and optimize screenshots as needed to reduce load time. Send all new screenshots as PNG files to the instructor via email labeled with the chapter number, section title (orange), step number (blue headline), and substep number. Do not insert the PNG files into a Word document...just attach the PNG Files to the email message.
  4. You may be asked to make screencasts of some steps. Review and practice using the instructions in chapter 11.

Chapter 1

Help for the First Discussion ~ Prereq Skills and Introduction

Use the following responses when students ask about these topics in their posts:

VPN

Generally, you'll need the VPN to use Library databases and sometimes to view this course's textbook. If you work for OSU then you'll need to use VPN to fill in your timesheet. See screencasts provided in the Syllabus > Materials area to learn how to set up VPN. The TAs have provided some screencasts in the updated syllabus. I am not an expert in VPN, so if you hit a roadblock, talk with the OSU Service Desk.

Virus Protection

For help with Virus Protection, I recommend contacting the OSU Service Desk. They are experts and understand all the various configurations.

Cloud Services

Instructions for using different Cloud Services, such as file backup, copy, sharing, publishing, and applications are provided in the most appropriate chapter of the online textbook. If you will be using Microsoft applications, then launch them from your hard drive and backup/share to Windows OneDrive cloud.  If you will be using Google applications, then your files automatically save to Google Drive. Just File > Download them to your hard drive to back them up. Move the downloaded file from the Downloads area to your CS 101 folder on the hard drive. OSU does not provide cloud services for iCloud (Mac), so use your Google Drive instead for backups.  

USB stick drives

USB stick drives are useful for saving additional copies of your files. They cost very little and store a lot of data/files, so it is a good idea to copy all of your hard work to one and place it in a fireproof safe. Once you have a stick drive, plug it into the USB port on your computer and wait for the drive to show up in the Finder/Desktop. Copy or drag and drop files from your hard drive to the stick drive to save them there. Eject the drive then remove it from the port.

Shift-Refesh

Shift-refresh will show you the latest text, link, and image updates that might have been made throughout the week. If I make a clarification, you'll want to see it. Before reading/using a textbook page, press the Shift key then click the refresh icon on the browser tool/address bar to see the updated materials.

TutorMe (inside Canvas)

TutorMe provides tutoring services for many of your classes. For this course, use the TutorMe Writing Lab for a proofreading check. Turnaround is typically just 3 hours.

Discussion Groups

When you click the name of a Discussion Assignment, it will automatically launch you into your Group Discussion area. You'll see the name of that group at the end of the heading at the top. You can ignore the TA Scoring Groups.

Zip Files

Zip files are great for storing large folders of files at the end of the term. Your computer might call it 'archiving', which is a built-in feature for Mac, Windows, and Chromebooks. Right-click on a file or folder to choose 'archive'. To 'unarchive' or 'unzip' a file, you can double-click it and reveal its folder/files so you can copy/move them for additional editing/viewing.

General notes for the First and Second Discussions

  • Comment to leave in the Assignment/Grades comment box.
    Glad you could join our class this term, __. Be sure to view the Zoom recordings in the Pages tab if you need clarification on any of the upcoming assignments. And, if you need clarification on my feedback in the Rubric, reply using Grades > Assignment Name > Commenting box; the instructor will return your message soon. We look forward to working with you!
    Be sure to update the "__" with their first name.
  • In the second paragraph of the First discussion, if they did not mention the job they hope to get after graduation, then leave this comment and markdown by half:
    What kind of job do you hope to get when you finish your degree?
    Or, if they don't know what career they want, mark it down by half and leave this note:
    What career options will you have when you finish your degree?
    Or, for high school students who did not answer the question, leave this note:
    Even though you are still in high school, we were expecting notes about your future aspirations. What degree will you seek when you get to college and what kind of work do you hope to do in the future?
  • In the Reply paragraph of the First discussion, if they did not provide help OR ask a question, then mark down by half.
    I was expecting clarifying questions or technical help.
  • Discussion written in lists instead of sentences:
    As per step 1.12.1, writing in list format is not allowed for this assignment. All writing should be in paragraph format.
  • If a student attached a Document then mark them down 1 point. Leave this comment in the Rubric (grammar/spelling criterion):
    Attached Documents are not allowed for this discussion. We were expecting the text to be copied from your word processing document into a Discussion thread then, to use the Insert Image and Upload Files feature of Canvas to add the screenshot.
  • If a student copied text from some other source, then mark down .5 and leave this comment:
    -.5 copying text from some other source and pasting it into your thread is not allowed. Always write in your own words.
  • Second discussion ~ Technical Skills

    Example

  • Paragraph 1: If a student did not talk about which listening tool they tested and how they liked it, then give a 0 and provide this comment (they do not need to describe how they set up the Listening tools.
    Which of the tools from step 1.9 did you test? How do you like it?
  • Paragraph 2:
    What are the typical due dates and times for two chapter assignments?
  • Paragraph 3:
    We were expecting more description. What are the seven major functions available in the Canvas Discussion?
  • Paragraph 4:
    We were expecting more detail about your computer’s brand, operating system, RAM, CPU, Ports, Drive, and Display. Without more detail, it is hard to determine if you understand the purpose of each component of your computer.
  • Paragraph 5's notes about the Documents folder: If they only describe their cloud drive and not their hard drive's Documents folder, mark down half a point and leave this message:
    Every computer has a hard drive with a Documents folder. I don't see you mentioning your Documents folder here. I recommend you always back up to it, if your primary drive is a cloud drive.
  • Paragraph 5's note about not using the Desktop:
    I was expecting notes about not using the desktop to store all files. Saving files to the Desktop reduces the performance of your hard drive so I recommend using the Documents folder instead.
  • Paragraph 5's screenshot:
    The screenshot is missing. Refer to step 1.13.2 bullet points 5 and 6 to learn how to add it to the Discussion thread.
    Refer to step 1.12.2's screenshot to see how to list showing the Documents folder along with the CS 101 folder.
    The screenshot ought to be cropped more (remove large areas of blank space or unnecessary columns). This new shape will float better next to the text because it isn't the same width as the text column.
    Unfortunately, your screenshot is too small to read. I was expecting a cropped screenshot of your Documents folder with CS 101 folder at normal size as per step 1.12.2.
    To get your screenshot properly floating to the right, click the right-align button instead of the right-indent button.
  • Paragraph 6:
    In chapter 6, you'll be writing more about keystrokes. Please practice using them all term long so you have something to write about.
  • Paragraph 7:
    Which spelling/grammar checker are you using?
  • Paragraph 8:
    Which calendar did you import the Canvas assignment events into?

Chapter 2

Discussion

Paragraph of research questions and/or search phrases:

In future discussions, you'll want to write in paragraphs only rather than in list form.

Paragraph Summary of Research:

In future discussions, you'll want to hyperlink the title of the articles you're referencing.

Paragraph about using Keep:

Which features of which of these apps did you try: the online app, phone app, and/or Chrome extension?

Reply to another student related to their research or Keep or both.

In future discussions, you'll want to hyperlink the title of the article you're referencing.

SpeedGrader comment under the Discussion rubric:

Sorry you missed the group discussion deadline, __. View the Home or Assignment list in Canvas to ensure you don't miss the Due date and time.
OR
Thank you for participating, __. If you have questions about your score, please reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box so the Instructor can respond to you quickly.

Design and Writing project

Example

Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:

Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

Use one of these phrases in the Commenting box under the Rubric...be sure to change the underline to the student's first name:

Great start, __. Refer to the comments in the Rubric to fix problems before next week's writing assignment. And reply here in the Assignment Commenting box if you have questions for the Instructor. She will help clarify any concerns. Thank you.
Nicely done, __. Reply here in the Assignment Commenting box if you have questions for the Instructor. She will help clarify any concerns. Thank you.
Excellent work, __!
Great start, __. I recommend making the revisions noted in the Rubric feedback so that your Chapter 3 version of the file will meet all of the design requirements. Reply here in Grades > Assignment > Comments if you have questions after reviewing the Zoom recording posted in the PAGES tab.

Design Scoring Notes:

  • If paragraphs are missing indents, mark that as 'not met'.
  • If line spacing between paragraphs is a bit tight but exists, mark it as 'partially met'.
  • The tables of contents will look different depending on which version of which application people are using.
  • As long as the Table of Contents is auto-generated and nicely formatted with numbers aligned to the right, you can accept it.
  • Redundant headings in the Table of Contents should be removed, but don't mark it down unless the rubric has been updated to include it.
  • The footers will all look different as well. As per the rubric, they must include a line beside or above the auto-generated page number and page count.

Feedback to provide prior to the Due date and in the Rubric:

Use this note in the Comments if you are reviewing work before the DUe date:

Hello, __. I recommend making the following updates and resubmitting before the DUE date. Reply using the Grades > Assignments > Comments if you need any clarification.

__The page background color is too dark. Change it to the lightest shade of gray.
__The page background color is too light. Change it to the lightest shade of gray.
__ The second heading on the cover page is missing heading 2 style.
__Select each page heading starting from page 2 and apply the Heading 3 style. Those headings may look like they are correctly styled, but because they are not, the Table of Contents cannot automatically pick up those headings to list them with the right page numbers. Then, refresh the Table of Contents and remove the redundant headings at the top of the list.
__If that step above removes the styling, then use the Heading 3 Modify features to revise the font, font size, and font color.
__The Table of Contents includes the heading 1 and 2 as well as a repeat of "Table of Content", which should be removed by deleting them from the list.
__The Table of Contents isn't rendering all sections because some sections are lacking the Heading 3 style.
__The Heading 1 style should be bold, italic, underlined, orange, and size 20. Modify/Update the style to match..
__The Heading 3 style should be bold, blue, and size 18. Modify/Update the style to match.
__The copyright statement is missing before your first name.
__The copyright statement should not be bold; it should be set to the Normal style.
__The Section headings on each subsequent page need a page break before them so they are each at the top of a new page.
__The Footer's horizontal line is missing.
__Align the footer text/numbers to the right using the right-align button.
__The paragraph indents of .25 are missing or are too big.
__Ensure you have applied the Normal style to all paragraphs in sections 1 and 2.
__The paragraph space after (10pt) and line spacing (1.15) is missing from section 2. Select one of the paragraphs from section 1 (which is correct) then Modify the Normal Text or Body style to match. See step 2.6 and/or 2.8.
__Some of the chapter 1 writing is missing. I see mostly the writing prompts (which should get deleted) and some of your complete paragraphs. Include the hyperlink and screenshot as well. Because you could potentially share this file with a future employer, be sure the first section is as professional as possible.
__The section 1 screenshot does not show your hard drive's documents folder with a CS 101 folder inside of it. And, screenshot should be cropped closer to the important information as well as float to the right so text wraps around it on the left.
__The section 1 screenshot does not float to the right (apply the text wrap feature).
__The section 1 screenshot should be cropped closer and have text wrapping on the left (aligned to the right).
__The section 1 screenshot should be cropped closer to the important information. Double-click on the image to reveal the cropping handles, then resize to remove the bottom half and right columns of the list in the screenshot. Hit Enter/Return to admit the cropping.
__Remove the line breaks between Section 1's paragraphs.
__The section 1 writing is missing.
__The hyperlinked article titles and bolded key concepts are missing. Reread the Writings Samples page and do what it says for citing articles: Hyperlink titles of each article you reference and bold key concepts.
As per the Writing Samples document you wrote about in paragraph 1 of section 2, the hyperlinked titles of sources must be in a sentence. 
__Bolded keywords makes sense in most paragraphs, however, these paragraphs seem to have random words bolded rather than the concepts mentioned in the articles.
__The Learning and Cyberbullying paragraphs require more detail, as they earn 2 points rather than just 1.
__The Modern Learning paragraph requires more detail, as it earns 2 points rather than just 1.
__The TurnItIn report is showing highlighted phrases and/or sentences that must be rewritten in your own words or quoted.

Chapter 3

Discussion

It is OK if the drawing doesn't make much sense or cover all of the actual details. Students will make an accurate drawing for the project.

Photos should be light enough to read without dark shadows, load quickly, and be closely cropped. Use these examples as your guide:

  • Poor example: Poor example of a photo of a sketch.
  • Good example: Good example of a photo of a sketch.

If the photo was attached rather than embedded:

We were expecting use of the image icon on the discussion toolbar to "embed" your file, rather than "attach" it? It would have been easier for us to see it without downloading. Learn how using step 3.4.4.

Comment to use after scoring:

Thank you, __. If you have questions about your score, please reply here in the Grades --> Assignment --> Commenting box so the instructor can respond to you promptly.

Vector Drawing and Writing

Example

Example of extra credit webpage

  • When students did not include the ch 2 design or sections 1 and 2 writing. Modify it as needed if you have a slightly different case:
    Hello, __. The file you submitted is missing chapter 2's design as well as sections 1 and 2 writing. Please review the Zoom recording from last Thursday and take a look at the Good Examples posted in the PAGES area of the course to understand what is missing. We will allow you to update your file and ATTACH it in the Grades > Assignment > Attach File area if you get it in before 11:59pm tonight. The grace period (Available Until date) ended last night, unfortunately.
    Give 0 points in the Spelling and Grammar area and leave this message:
    Your score is docked here due to the lack of ch 2 design and/or section 1 and 2 writing in your newly submitted document.
  • Give 0 points for plagiarism if you are unable to see their report due to incomplete or late submission (by attachment).
    Unable to check for plagiarism due to late or improper submission.
  • If more than a few design or drawing requirements were missed, leave this message:
    I recommend you review the Zoom Recordings and Good Examples provided in the PAGES area of our course so that you can revise design issues in your What I've Learned file.
  • Wrong writing style:
    Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html
  • The diagram should be well organized with harmonious spacing. If shapes, labels, and lines are crammed and overlapping and difficult to read, then mark it down.
  • Confirm that the drawing is not a copy of my drawing by comparing it to the example. A quick way to tell is if their green scribble line is different. All other items will probably be placed nearly the same way as mine.
  • Wrong image in the What I've Learned file:
    Hello, __. I don't see your vector diagram...I see the hand-drawn file instead. You may attach the "internet-diagram-yourname.png" file TODAY for partial credit. Go to Grades > Assignment name > Attach File link. Thank you.
  • Drawing's lines are faint; vector diagram Connector Line size should be 2pt rather than 1pt or 3pt:
    The lines are set at 1pt instead of 2pt, making them too faint to see clearly.
  • Extra credit webpage URL:
    • If a student did NOT submit a URL to their live web server with html file in the Comment box, assume they did not do the extra credit. Just provide 0 scores for those two criteria.
    • If a student provided the URL of their web server but it is empty (no files are there), then they either:
      1. Did not add their files to the web server.
        We don't see your files listed on your webserver. Use the instructions in step 3.11.2 to remedy the problem, if you have time.
      2. Need to update the file permission.
        We don't see your files listed on your webserver. If you see them on your mapped drive, then perhaps they have a file permission issue. Use the instructions in step 3.11.6 to remedy the problem, if you have time.
    • Full versus partial URL: Full URLs look like this: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~username/whativelearnredaboutcomputing.html
      Partial URLs look like this: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~username/
    • If the screenshot and vector drawing are are missing from the web page they uploaded to their web server, then mark down as per the rubric and leave one of these message:
      We don't see the screenshot or vector drawing in your What I've Learned file. Be sure to move the folder with images onto the Mapped Drive.
    • If a web page is getting a file permission error but is clearly on the server, then give partial credit.

Chapter 4

Discussion

Markdown comments to leave in the Rubric:

  • Paragraph 1:
    What video are you referring to? What did you read about Facebook's agenda to combat fake news?
  • Paragraph 2:
    What chart are you referring to?
  • Paragraph 2:
    What are your personal experiences reading news from sources in different areas of the chart?
  • Paragraph 2:
    What differences did you notice about AP, Reuters, and Fox News?
  • Paragraph 3:
    This paragraph mentions the Smart News app by name and describes the article but does not hyperlink the article. In future discussions please name and hyperlink the exact article you are referring to.

Project

Example: How Internet Search Works PDF (Google Slides)

Example: How Internet Search Works PDF (MS PowerPoint)

Example: What I've Learned document PDF (Includes links to a published Slides file and a shared PPSX file.)

Example: How Internet Search Works published/shared presentation with transition from the right.

  • TAs MUST login to their OSU Google Drive and OSU Microsoft Sharepoint/OneDrive in order to score the published/shared presentations.
  • If students' public slideshow is not public (permission is needed to access), then mark down in this criterion: Document Hyperlink to Slideshow. Don't mark it down if you forgot to login.
  • You must access the public version of the slideshow in order to see if transitions have been added. If you can't access it then also mark down in this criterion: Slide transitions 0 To view a PowerPoint file on the OneDrive/SharePoint server, you might have to click the View menu and/or From the Beginning before you can play the slideshow to check for the transition.
    If the PowerPoint doesn't automatically load in presentation mode then use the View From the Beginning menu.
  • If students submitted the incorrect files, use this feedback:
    The file(s) you submitted does not meet requirements. Please carefully follow steps 4.17 thru 4.19 and resubmit the correct files before 11:59pm tonight. Thank you.
  • If students did not submit or attach the "What I've Learned" document, then mark down in this criterion: Document Hyperlink to Slideshow. Many students provided both the URL and the document PDF, be sure to use the correct criterion depending on what works.
  • If students submitted a URL of the public slideshow instead of the document, then mark down in this criterion: Document Hyperlink to Slideshow.
  • Check plagiarism in the How Internet Search Works presentation PDF, not the What I've Learned document. If the slide presentation PDF was not uploaded to TurnItIn, mark the plagiarism criterion down to 0.
  • Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:

    Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

  • Slide Design:
    • The slide dimensions should be set to Widescreen (16:9) at 10 inches by 5.36 inches which can be confirmed in the File > Page Setup Screen.
    • The Cover slide master should have an orange background, white heading in Tahoma font, and a purple name in Tahoma font in the default sizes.
    • The OSU logo should be copied from the textbook header. If they used some other logo, don't grant points.
    • The Text slide master should have smaller margins (but not touching the edges), purple headlines, and dark gray text set in Tahoma 18pt with 1.5 line height.
      Cover has an orange background, white heading, and purple name.
    • The bibliography should be set in a numbered list at size 12pt Tahoma.
      Bibliography should be numbered in 12pt Tahoma.
  • Here is a Poor Example:
    Poor example with callouts.
Rubric feedback

__ I suspect you did not adjust the dimensions. Review step 4.4.

__ The CS 101 Text master slide has an overly large margin above the text and overly large margin at the bottom. Extend the textbox top and bottom so you can write more...at least 10 lines of writing. Then, add more detail! :-)

__ Fix the margins for the CS 101 text master slide. The heading and text should be the same margin all the way around the left, top, and right. That distance should be small but not cramped; roughly 1/4 of an inch. Compare your design to the example under step 4.8: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/four.php#badge 

__ I don't think you're using the correct font size for the text. Compare your design to the example under step 4.8: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/four.php#badge Do you see how the top and left margins are large and the line spacing is cramped? Adjust your master slide layout and text so it will apply to all the text slides. 

__ Some of the slides lack enough detail. Ten lines of writing are required. Extend the bottom margins of the textbox to make room if necessary.

__ The master slide's textbox has an inconstant font size and line height.  Set the master at 18pt Tahoma and 1.5 line height. Then, be sure the master slide is applied to all of the text slides.

__ Using "this article" for the citation is not allowed. You must use the title of the article/source/movie.

__ Overuse of bolded concepts makes it hard to read your document.

__ Use just one paragraph per slide.

__ Did you know that underlining the title of a source (like when it is hyperlinked), is the same as adding quotation marks? You do not need both. In this class, the hyperlink/underline is required so do not add quotation marks.

__The Bibliography is cut off on the right edge. Apply the master page.

__ The Bibliography font size is not numbered or set to 12pt. See step 4.14. 

__ Revise the bibliography text size; it should be 12pt. 

__ In the What I've Learned document, the hyperlink in section 4 does not work. Either the "save as PDF" or "print to PDF" function on your Mac doesn't work properly (so Canvas can't read it) or you've underlined it instead of linking to it. In the Submission Details --> Commenting box, please provide the "Publish to the Web" URL for it. Or, if it is on your OneDrive/Sharepoint drive, provide the "Sharing" URL.

__ In the What I've Learned document, the text you pasted in must have the Normal style applied to it.

__ The published slideshow appears to be a PDF rather than a public slide presentation. We want to confirm that you added the transitions, which are not visible in a PDF file.
For PowerPoint files use the instructions in step 4.16 to create the published file.


__ In the What I've Learned document, the paragraph in section 4 is set to some other style. It should be set to Normal style. 

__ The transition seems to be missing from your published presentation. 

__ The link to the presentation on your Google Drive opens the PPSX as if it were a PDF file rather than the live presentation that shows the transitions from one slide to another. I'm curious if you applied these settings when outputting to Word: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/microsoft/microsoft-onedrive-share-file-settings.png 

__ I recommend that you put that PPSX file on your OSU OneDrive rather than the Google Drive. OneDrive is for Windows and Office Files. 

__ A submission of your slideshow PDF file is required for this week's TurnItIn report. Please submit that as well before the final deadline. 

Feel free to resubmit before the deadline if you are able. If not, make the change for chapter 5. 

Does this help? 

Reply here if you need clarification :-)
    

Chapter 5

Group Collaboration

The online section 400 and on-campus section 001 students are grouped together using one Collaboration document.

  1. Login to your OSU Google Account to access the s2020 collaboration document.
  2. Students were instructed to submit a copy of their two paragraphs into the Canvas Assignment to check a TurnItIn report. The file should also contain their bibliography, but if it did not, then review the Collaboration document to ensure they provided their two or more entries.
  3. If the sumitted file is missing biblio entries and you are unable to find their biblio entries in the Collaboration document, then leave this message aned a full markdown:
    We are unable to locate your sources in the Collaboration document's bibliography.
  4. If the Facebook paragraph does not focus on a Facebook scandal, mark it down by half and leave this note:
    The first paragraph must focus on a specific Facebook scandal.
  5. The Malware term paragraph requires not only a cited definition but notes about an actual case that occurred. Use this feedback in that case:
    A summary of an actual case of its use was expected. Which company fell victim to a similar breach and how did it happen?
  6. SpeedGrader Comment:
    Nice job, __, and thank you for participating. If you have questions about my feedback in the Rubric, please reply using the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box. Thank you.

Project

Example What I've Learned file

Example Slideshow file (Ignore the Steps to Safe Browsing slide.)

  • Login to both your OSU OneDrive and OSU Google Accounts before you begin.
  • Published/shared file notes:
    • Students using PowerPoint should have saved a PPSX file on their OSU OneDrive. It should launch into presentation mode (or click the View or Slideshow menu and choose From the Beginning menus).
      • If you can't access the file even when you already logged into your OneDrive/SharePoint drive, then leave this comment:
        The file will not launch without special access. Refer to step 5.8.
      • Look at their transition by using the arrow key to move to the next slide. It should transition by wiping, sliding, or fading from the right.
    • Students using Google Slides should have used File and Publish to the Web. If they did then their file should launch without special permission. and automatically start a presentation.
      • If you see a preview of a PDF file, that isn't a published file; it is only a shared file. Mark it down an leave this comment:
        We were expecting a Published file in presentation mode rather than a PDF file.
    • The Slideshow needs to be checked for plagiarism.
    • Check the What I've Learned document for a hyperlink to a published/shared slideshow.
      • If they provided a long URL but not a hyperlink do not give credit unless the next item below is true.
      • Some students using Word on Mac cannot make hyperlinks when in PDF format. Give them the credit if they left information about their platform in the commenting box.
      • If they didn't provide what looks like a hyperlink in the document and didn't note they are using Word on Mac, then they don't get the credit. A long URL is not a hyperlink.
      • Some students Commented with a long URL just in case. If their hyperlink doesn't work, they dont' get credit for it, but they might get credit for the transition if the URL they provided launches correctly.
    • Students who did not design their slideshow correctly last week might continue using the wrong styles. If they did not make corrections as per our feedback on chapter 4's work, then mark them down.
      • The slide dimensions should be set to Widescreen (16:9) at 10 inches by 5.36 inches which can be confirmed in the File > Page Setup Screen.
      • The Cover slide master should have an orange background, white heading in Tahoma font, and a purple name in Tahoma font in the default sizes.
      • The Cover slide must include the OSU logo copied from the textbook header. The logo should not touch the edges of the slide.
      • The Text slide master should have smaller margins (but not touching the edges), textboxes aligned on the left, purple headlines, and dark gray text set in Tahoma 18pt with 1.5 line height.
        Cover has an orange background, white heading, and purple name.
      • Students using PowerPoint may have more than 10 lines of text on a slide, which is not allowed. Additional slides were to be added when more than 10 lines are needed, so that the line height stays at 1.5.
      • The bibliography should be set in a numbered list at size 12pt Tahoma. Bibliography should be numbered in 12pt Tahoma.
    • If students submitted the wrong files, use this feedback:
      The file(s) you submitted does not meet requirements. Please carefully follow steps 5.10 thru 5.12 and resubmit the correct files before 11:59pm tonight. Thank you.
    • Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:
      Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

Chapter 6

Discussion

Paragraph 1: If a student mentions at just ONE mental, emotional, OR physical Positive change AND  ONE mental, emotional, OR physical negative change, give it full points. It is quite rare that anyone will mention all three aspects of both positive and negative changes.

Paragraph 2 must be some research with a hyperlinked title related to computing health issues.

Reply paragraph 3: Ideally, students would provide research related to their groupmate's topic, along with the hyperlink, but the instructions aren't clear enough, so give full points if they hyperlinked the other person's article and added more detail. 

Project

Example document. and Example media file.

  • If a student did not provide their media file then leave this comment (change the time if necessary):
    I was also expecting a media comment or shared URL for your media recording as per steps 6.11 to 6.13. Please reply with a comment before midnight tonight. Thank you.
  • To view the media files:
    • Login to your OSU Google Drive AND your OSU OneDrive before you begin scoring.
    • View/listen to media files in Canvas (media comment) or from the shared URL from their cloud drive or YouTube.
    • Mark down if the media file requires you to ask for permission to view the file.
    • Leave a note for students who attached a .MOV, .MP4, or .MP3 or other file:
      Please review steps 6.12 and 6.13 to properly submit the correct media file option. Only a Canvas Media Comment or shared URL from your Google Drive or YouTube is allowed. An uploaded or attached file is not allowed.
    • The goal of the assignment is to learn a new skill such as sharing, YouTube, or using the media comment, so if they did not share properly, don't give them credit for an attached file.
  • Recordings should be less than 1 minute long. Mark down if they are over by more than 30 seconds.
  • Large video files should be shared from YouTube.
  • If you cannot understand their words when speaking, or they have a really gravelly voice, then mark down. If you have to boost the volume all the way then mark down.
  • All bibliography entries belong on the Bibliography page at the end of the document. If students made footnotes or put the entries in the Chapter 6 area, give partial credit.

Chapter 7

Discussion and Collaboration

The online section 400 students used the discussion for both paragraphs.

The on-campus section 001 students added their notes about how they use computers as well as replied with more detail about that same activity. Their term/organization research was to be added to the collaboration document.

  1. Login to your OSU Google Account to access the lastest collaboration document.
  2. Click the gray link to the right of the HELP menu at the top. The words change from the date last saved, to see latest changes to who changed it last.
    Click the gray link beside the Help menu to access the changes.
  3. If this is the first time you've launched the history screen, then click the blue View Full History button.
  4. At the right is a list of color-coded students who participated. View the version that has the most students during the required session (Fall 2019 was 4pm to 6pm).
    Color-coded list of students who collaborated.
  5. Any students who did not participate in the collaboration should get this note: Leave this note:
    This collaboration activity was to be completed in class during the 4:00 to 6pm session.
  6. When an on-campus student puts their collaboration paragraph in the discussion instead of the collaboration document, markdown by 1 point and leave this note:
    This paragraph belongs in the on-campus in-class-only collaboration document.
    Don't leave the note if they placed it in both areas, however.
  7. If students hyperlinked a phrase, the word 'article' or 'website' instead of the title of the article they're referring to, take off .25 points.
  8. Provide this comment in the Assignment Commenting box:
     
    
    Thank you for your efforts, __. Nicely done, __! Excellent work, __! If you have questions about our feedback in the Rubric, please reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box so the Instructor can respond to you quickly.

Project

Example

Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:

Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

Extra Credit Math equation should be within the paragraph and only needs to be an exponent, though they can use a longer equation if they like.

+.5 The math equation was not included in the algorithm paragraph; it was pasted at the end instead.

View the GAME from the hyperlink in the What I've Learned PDF file or from the shared URL in the Comment box.

  • If the hyperlink to the game is missing or doesn't work, then ask the student for the URL.
  • Play each game to make ensure they:
    • Play long enough for you to interact with more than two characters.
    • Accumulate points to win the game.
    • Use sound and normal arrow directions.

Provide this comment in the Assignment Commenting box:

I enjoyed playing your game, __!
or
Great start, __.
or
Thank you, __.
and
If you have questions about my feedback in the rubric, please reply below in the Assignment Comments and the instructor will get back to you soon.

  • If a student only completed the game and not the writing, leave this message in the comment box:
    Hello, __. Your submission is missing all/most of the required writing from step 7.4. Please resubmit your work before midnight tonight.

  • Chapter 8

    Discussion

    Leave this comment in the SpeedGrader Comment Box:

    Thank you for participating, __. Reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box if you have any questions about our feedback in the Rubric.

    Project

    Example

    Leave this comment in the Comment Box:

    Thank you, __. Be sure to refer to the Good Example in the Pages area of this Canvas course then reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box if you have any questions about your score.

    Login to your OSU Google account so that you can launch the Timeline template (green button in the chapter page). Keep the timeline template up for scoring purposes.

    Use Control/Command-F to find a student's entry to check it for accuracy.

    Ensure the image loaded properly by looking at the timeline live.

    To fix glitches in the timeline template, try the following:

    • Ensure headers are still there.
    • Remove empty rows.
    • Remove special characters such as | the vertical bar.
    • Fix all dates; they must be years in numbers; no text, for example: 2020. Not 200BC or 200AD or 1990's.

    Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style:

    Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

    Chapter 9

    Discussion

    SpeedGrader comment:

    Thank you for participating, __. Reply here in the Grades > Assignment > Commenting box if you have any questions about our feedback in the Rubric.

    Project

    Example

    Writing Feedback for lack of detail can use this feedback:

    The concept of censorship is incomplete. The concept of net neutrality is incomplete. The concept of digital divide is incomplete. The concept of digital/mobile justice is incomplete. What specific incidences are you referring to that the article mentions?

    • Address columns should be wider than the others.
    • Excel does not allow percentages at the end of each bar, so do not score anyone for missing them. Only Google Sheets provides that style.
    • As long as the legend is on the right and center or top, accept it for full points. The words need to be in the label as well. Some apps only allow right, not top right.
    • Grand totals should show up on the Pivot table both for rows and columns, but they should not be in the chart.
    • If the title and axis are blue that is great, but students might also change the row and column labels to blue. As long as axis or labels are blue, accept it for full points.
    • If a student attaches the extra credit file, it must follow instructions in step 9.13. The extra credit attachment gets scored on top of the 20 points for chapter 9.
    • The Voter Registration data was to be left out of the printed PDF before merging.
    • The Representatives sheet should fit all columns across one page.
    • Students must mention the concept of "relational" when writing about spreadsheets (which are flat sheets/tables) and databases (which relate sets of data from one table/sheet to another). Use this comment when you mark down:
      I was expecting notes about the concept of "relational" data.
    • The extra credit list of reps from the student's home state or country must be nicely formatted similar to the Representatives table they made earlier. It must print vertically (portrait orientation) and use stretched, wrapped text on the columns with longer data.

    Use this phrasing when students are writing in the wrong style and mark down to 0 in the Grammar/Spelling criterion only:

    Writing in the first-person style is not allowed in this assignment. When writing about a movie or article, write in the third-person style. Only write in the first-person style if a personal anecdote is required in the instructions.  Refer back to the Writing Samples you read about in Chapter 2: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~vanlondp/cs101/writing-samples.html

    Project feedback before the deadline

    • The only changes I recommend making before the deadline are:
    • Remake the Pivot table so that the empty Party column is hidden.
    • Right-align the Pivot table values (numbers are always right-aligned in spreadsheets rather than left-aligned).
    • Remake the chart without the empty Party and Grand Total data. When selecting the data before inserting the chart, do not include the row or column of grand totals.
    • Remake the chart using the "stacked bar" style.
    • Fix the vLookup column. Refresh chapter 9 to be sure you see the latest instructions then confirm you've completed all the steps in lesson 9.6. Check them off as you confirm them. More than likely, you either did not move the House District columns to the A column position in both sheets, or you did not type the formula correctly.
    • Revise the printing of the Representatives worksheet so that all COLUMNS fit across one sheet (rather than all ROWS fit on one sheet. The rows can span to 2 or 3 pages. See the screenshot in step 9.7. You may need to use the Custom Margins screen to find that setting.
    • Do not print the Voter_Registration_Data sheet!
    • Reply here in the Grades Comments if you need assistance.
    • If you have time before the Available Until date, I recommend you revise the following and resubmit:
      
      _ Edit the sentences that are plagiarized. 
       
      __Write more detail to earn full points.
      
      __Add bolded keywords to the new paragraphs.
      
      __Add the missing paragraph about spreadsheets and databases.
      
      __Add the required reading to the bibliography.
      
      __Fix the formatting for each sheet. See step 9.7.
      
      __Fix the formatting for each sheet...they have a wide left margin...or did you print them horizontally rather than vertically?
      
      __Merge the sheets so they display after the What I've Learned pages.
      
      __Remove the blank column from the Pivot table.
      
      __Remove the grand total from the chart. You may need to start over by selecting from the County cell to the last cell in the Republican column.
      
      __The Pivot table and chart have too many columns. Only these four parties are allowed: Democrat, Independent, Nonaffiliated, and Republican.
      
      __Do Not Print the Voter_Registration_Data sheet!
      
      __Are you aware that the three required sheets are missing from your merged file? I see only the Voter_Registration_Data sheet which is NOT supposed to be printed. Resubmit the corrected file before the deadline. Thank you.
      
      __Print the Representatives table so it is legible. It is currently too small because it printed "Fit to Height" instead of "Fit to Width".
      __Print the chart in portrait rather than landscape mode.
      
      __Merge the sheets so they display after the What I've Learned pages.
      __Quote the plagiarized text.
      __Change the font to Normal style... so you aren't writing in Times. 
        
      __The extra credit sheet is poorly formatted and does not earn full points. Use the skills you learned to make it useful and reduce paper.
      
      __Remove the chapter 11 page heading. Where did that come from?
      
      Reply here if you have questions.
      
      Feel free to revise your work and resubmit before the Available Until date. Reply here if you have questions.
      
      None of the required work has been submitted yet. Please read all of the instructions and submit the What I've Learned document that is merged with the three properly-formatted sheets. 
      Reply here if you have any questions. 
      Thank you.
      
      Are you aware that most of chapter 9's writing is missing from your file? Resubmit before the Available Until deadline.

    Chapter 10

    SpeedGrader Notes

    Use this paragraph in the Commenting box and replace the __ with the student's name:

    It has been a pleasure working with you this term, __. We wish you the best of luck finishing your degree and fulfilling your dreams! If you have any issues with your scores, report them via the Comments before midnight on Saturday. Thank you.

    SpeedGrader Feedback

    Example

    • Paragraph 3's hyperlinked article title is missing. I see a URL or a single generic word used instead.
    • The Income/Expenses spreadsheet belongs after paragraph 5 and the Dream Budget after paragraph 6, rather than at the end.
    • Images of the spreadsheets are not allowed. Instead, you were to copy from the original worksheet and paste into the word processing document. Or, if you used Excel and Word, then you could have used the Insert menu to embed the sheet.
    • Your expenses are greater than your income. Add more expense categories to the income/expenses sheet to account for the large discretionary amount. Add row headings like credit card, medical, pet, and loan payments as well as savings accounts. Customize the tool to work for you so you can continue to use it month after month and year after year.
    • According to your shared file, you did not use the =sum() function or =B6-B26 to get the discretionary amount.
    • Is your tuition really $4549 every month? Or is that the amount per term? Did you divide that amount by 3 months?
    • Car insurance isn't typically $650 per month. It might be per year or every 6 months.
    • In the dream budget, the headings do not match the scenarios you described.
    • I see a paragraph 6 but it does not describe each of the three scenarios that you presented in the Dream Budget.
    • Hyperlinks to your cost research are missing in the row and column headings/categories of the Dream Budget.
    • All number columns must be right-justified, not left-justified or centered.
    • All numbers must be whole numbers. Remove all decimal places.
    • Ranges of numbers in the number cells are not allowed; it keeps the sum() function from working.
    • All number cells must have numbers, not text, so that the sum function will include them.
    • All dollar signs must be on the same line as the number, not in a separate line. It is possible to adjusted the width of columns after pasting.
    • Spreadsheets cannot span two pages. Use a page break before a sheet to move it to the next page.
    • Ten categories of purchases were expected for the dream budget. I will accept eight or more.
    • A page break before the Bibliography headline is missing.

    Post Final Grades

    Final Grades file upload procedure Procedure for successful final grades file upload.

    Final Grades file upload procedure

    1. From Canvas Grades, choose Export from the Actions menu.
    2. Open the resulting .CSV file in Excel or Sheets.
    3. If exported file includes two or more sections, move each section's students/rows to a different sheet and export them separately when done.
    4. Remove all column headings, Test Student row, and all columns but the following 4 (order them for ease of use):
      • Name
      • SIS ID (The SIS Student ID has 9 digits and starts with a “9”.)
      • Grade
      • Last Date of Attendance (For students who earned an F or Incomplete grade must be text-only (rather than date format) and include leading zeros and the full 4-digit year.) Date must range between day one and the last day of Dead week (do not include a Finals week date).
      • CRN (Only use this column if uploading more than one section from the same file.)
    5. From the Faculty tab in the MyOSU area, choose the Final Grades Menu and File Upload option.
    6. Choose the updated .CSV file.
    7. If your course has one section, then use the CRN button.
    8. Match up the .CSV file's columns with the Banner column buttons.
    9. Click the Process Button.