June 20 Session
  at Swarthmore College

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       Miscellaneous: Photos
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EnCoMPASS Software

YouTube Videos by Amir
Encompass: Workspace Overview
In which Amir demonstrates the first steps of starting to work in EnCoMPASS, and orients you to the parts of a workspace.
Encompass: Selections, Comments
In which Amir demonstrates selecting interesting quotes from student work, and making notes or writing feedback about those quotes.
Encompass: Folders
In which Amir demonstrates filing student work into folders, using the interesting quotes as evidence for which folders the work might go in.
Encompass: Workspace Permissions
In which Amir describes the different ways workspaces can be shared or kept private.
Encompass: Creating New Workspaces
In which Amir demonstrates how you can make workspaces from the Professional Development (PD) Sets of student work provided for you.

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