Some courses require homework, lab reports, and other assignments to be submitted electronically. If you complete an assignment on paper, you will need to scan the documents to a single PDF file. It is important to make sure the scan of your work is clear and legible. Improperly formatted or illegible scans may not be accepted.
If you use a phone to take a picture of your work, use a scanning app such as Microsoft Lens, Adobe Scan, Scannable (iOS), or Genius Scan and not just the camera. Most professors prefer that you combine multiple pages into a single PDF file.
When scanning, select the color option. The Black and White setting does not show up well. Greyscale may work, but color is better for clarity, especially for lined or graph paper. Select PDF as the output format. Make sure the page size of the output is standard letter size.
After scanning, verify that the document is formatted properly before submitting.
Most professors are expecting 8.5"x11" (Letter) size documents. Adjust your settings to make sure your page size is what you expect.
Scanners on Campus
The college provides a number of locations for scanning documents.
McCabe and Cornell Libraries
McCabe and Cornell Libraries have Scannx systems that you can use to scan documents and specify an email destination. When scanning in your work, make sure to select color.
Beardsley Media Center
The Beardsley Media Center (room 114) has a Canon Multifunction scanner/printer/copier that you can use to scan documents and specify an email destination. There is a sheet feeder which can be used to quickly scan multiple pages.
Some academic departments allow students to use the Canon Multifunction scanner/printer/copier in the departmental office to scan homework. Check with the specific department to see if it is permitted.
Uploading to a Moodle Assignment
Follow the instructions in the video below to upload your files to a Moodle assignment.