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Working on Kami Assignments in Google Classroom as a Student
Working on Kami Assignments in Google Classroom as a Student

Everything a student needs to know about the Kami Google Classroom Integration

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The Kami Google Classroom integration makes it easier than ever for students to annotate and turn in assignments, but before you can start working on your Kami Assignments, you must install the Kami Chrome extension.

How to do Kami Assignments as a Student

Open your Kami Assignment

Go into the Classwork tab in one of your courses, then click the Kami assignment you'd like to work on. After selecting a Kami Assignment, you should see a file under Your Work.

If you click this it should open your Kami assignment. If you don't see your Kami assignment instead you see a preview of the file, check the top right for an Open with Kami button if the Kami Chrome extension is installed correctly. Click on this button to open the file in Kami.

πŸ” Using an iPad or similar tablet device?

Click the Open with Kami link to load your Kami Assignment instead.

Load and annotate your Kami Assignment

Once your file has loaded in Kami, you should see all the Kami tools on the left for you to use to work on your Kami Assignment.

Turn in your Kami Assignment

Once you're done with your work, you can then turn it in directly from Kami to Google Classroom by clicking the Turn In button at the top right corner of Kami. Wait for it to finish turning in before you close Kami. The button will then change to Unsubmit, indicating that the Kami Assignment has been successfully turned in.

If your turn in button doesn't show up like this please check the top right hand corner for a turn in button, it should look like the screenshot below

If you select that it will prompt you to confirm your Turn in, just select Turn in again

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