Submitting Work Electronically All Classes

Please follow these instructions, as not doing so will mean that you don’t get credit for the work you have submitted.  Thank you!

 

**Unless the syllabus specifically gives you the option to submit your work electronically, your completed assignment must be brought to class in paper form, ready for me to collect by hand.  If you don’t have the paper ready for me to collect at the beginning of your class period, your work will be considered late.

 

**If the syllabus does give you the option to submit an assignment electronically, you may

  1. share a Google doc with me to glasserhistory@gmail.com.  If you are sharing a Google doc, you must use this and only this e-mail address.
  2. share a file attachment to peterglasser@yahoo.com.  If you are sharing a file attachment, you must use this and only this e-mail address.  You may only share a pdf file or word doc with me.  Do not share other file types.  I may not have the ability to open them.

If you submit an assignment electronically, you must share it before the bell rings to begin your class period on the day the work is due.  Otherwise, the work will be considered late.

If you submit an assignment electronically, be sure your first and last name and the name of the assignment appear in both the subject heading of the electronic communication and on the top of the first page of actual assignment.

 

**Even if the syllabus does give you the option to submit an assignment electronically, you may not

  1. share anything at all to pglasser@sjusd.org.  Never, ever use this e-mail address for anything.  Ever.
  2. share photos of an assignment that you have hand written.  Do not share jpeg or other photo files with me.
  3. share multiple copies/drafts of an assignment.  Please only share your final, finished copy.  If you share multiple copies of an assignment, I will grade the first version I happen to click on and delete the others.

 

**Further Guidance for AP US History Students Only:

  1. For all 1st draft notes, I do not typically collect copies from you.  We have reading quizzes instead.  If and only if I have told you on the syllabus that I will be collecting the notes, you may always share them electronically instead of handing in paper copies, even if the syllabus doesn’t specifically give you that option.  Do not share notes with me unless I specifically tell you on the syllabus that I will be collecting them. 
  2. For all 2nd draft notes, if and only if I have told you on the syllabus that I will be collecting the notes, you may always share them electronically instead of handing in paper copies, even if the syllabus doesn’t specifically give you that option.  Do not share notes with me unless I specifically tell you on the syllabus that I will be collecting them. 
  3. Sometimes, podcast notes function as 1st draft notes, sometimes 2nd draft notes; you will know from the syllabus and our discussions in class.  You can always assume I will collect all podcast notes, regardless of whether the syllabus tells you that I will collect them or not.  You can always choose to submit podcast notes electronically, regardless of whether the syllabus specifically gives you that option or not.

 

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