Document Delivery

This feature is designed to allow administrative staff to provide documents to learners. Unlike the 'handback response' feature for a dropbox assignment, with document delivery the learner does not have to submit a file in order to receive something back.

At present you must individually upload documents for learners.

This feature is controlled by a database setting (gradebook_assessment_document_delivery_enabled) and is disabled by default. To enable it for your organization, speak to a developer.

How to create a document delivery folder

  • Navigate to Admin > Manage Courses.

  • Search for the course you want to work with and from the cog icon on the right, select 'Gradebook'.

  • On the lower half of the screen, look for Document Delivery and click 'Add New Folder'.

  • Provide a folder name and set the access start and end date as needed.

  • Click 'Save'.

  • The newly created folder will display on the screen.

  • To edit a folder, click on the pencil icon to the right of the folder name.

Once a folder has been created you can upload documents for learners.

How to upload documents

  • Navigate to the graebook for a course.

  • Click on a folder name in the Document Delivery section.

  • You will see a list of all learners for the applicable cperiod.

  • Click the 'Add Document' button beside a learner's name to add a document.

  • You will be prompted to select a file from your computer.

  • After you have uploaded the document, the filename will display on the screen along with the date and time it was uploaded.

  • Note that you can upload more than one document per learner.

  • Supported documents include PDFs, .doc and.jpeg files.

  • To delete a document click the garbage icon beside the file name.

How learners view documents

  • Navigate to My Gradebook.

  • Click on a course title.

  • Learners will see a Document Folder section, and beneath that the names of any folders created for that course.

  • Within each collapsible folder, learners can view the documents available to them. (In the image above, the second two folders are collapsed.)

  • Click on a file name to access the file. The icon to the right of the file shows the file type.

  • Please note that if a folder has no document uploaded for a learner, the folder will not display to the learner.

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