How to Grade on an iPad

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If you don't have Dropbox, get it. It's a life-saver for educators. Notability isn't free, but it's pretty cheap.

If you don't have Dropbox, get it. It's a life-saver for educators. Notability isn't free, but it's pretty cheap.

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Open Notability and in the library, click one of the icons in the upper right corner to import. As you can see, you can import from iDisk or WebDAV, too.

Open Notability and in the library, click one of the icons in the upper right corner to import. As you can see, you can import from iDisk or WebDAV, too.

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You want the student work to be saved as pdf files. Notability won't import jpgs or doc/docx files.

You want the student work to be saved as pdf files. Notability won't import jpgs or doc/docx files.

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Click "Create new note."

Click "Create new note."

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I won't say much about how to use Notability because it comes with these very thorough and easy-to-follow tutorials.

I won't say much about how to use Notability because it comes with these very thorough and easy-to-follow tutorials.

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Use your stylus (or finger, I suppose) to highlight, edit, and comment. It's easiest to work with text that is double spaced and in a large font (18-pt or so).

Use your stylus (or finger, I suppose) to highlight, edit, and comment. It's easiest to work with text that is double spaced and in a large font (18-pt or so).

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When you're done, you have a few options. Save the commented-upon work. . .

When you're done, you have a few options. Save the commented-upon work. . .

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Or email it directly to the student.

Or email it directly to the student.

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