8i. Import Scanned Image Files in GradeCam Go!

Julie Brown -

Scan answer sheets with a photocopier or scanner and import the images (BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF or PDF) into GradeCam. Scan in GRAY SCALE only.

1. Select the "Assignments" tab.

Select the "Assignments" tab.

2. Select the assignment name for which you want to scan the forms.

Select the assignment name for which you want to scan the forms.

Note: Selecting the assignment name takes you directly to the "Scans" tab.

3. Arrange the windows on your computer so you can easily drag the file and drop it in the location highlighted in the image below.

Arrange the windows on your computer so you can easily drag the file and drop it in the location highlighted in the image below.

4. Browse to the location of the assignment file on your computer.

Browse to the location of the assignment file on your computer.

5. Drag and drop the file into the scan area.

Drag and drop the file into the scan area.

Note: A message will appear to drop the file within an area indicated by a blue dashed border.

6. View student results instantly.

View student results instantly.
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    Ryan Letcavage

    In GradeCam Insight I could Scan Image Files to Upload the Answer Keys, but on GradeCamGo, I can't figure out how to upload the images of the answer keys because "scans" is grayed out before the answer keys are entered....  that was fine before, but now I see Insight is going away... am I going to have to click each answer by hand or fill our a bubble form by hand for every version of every answer key of every assignment I want to enter, or is there a workaround?

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    Nick Moorhead

    I keep getting this message, "Error scanning file! No form could be read from this file," with the comment, "This form does not appear to be long enough for the exam length," when I try to scan in a pdf. Last attempt I got grades for 20 out of 24 in the pdf. I looked through them and two kids hadn't marked the version. I thought, "This must be it!" Second try got 22 out of 24. I have no idea why. When I scanned in the missing ones individually, they worked fine. Interestingly, I accidentally scanned one using the camera that had successfully entered using the pdf, and got the "Exam Length" problem response. Tried a different one, then that one again, no problem. I do not understand why any of this is happening.

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