My Space - Assignment

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Assignment

How to save an assignment in PDF at the University of Bergen.

All the PCs at the University of Bergen have “PDFCreator” installed, which can convert files to PDF. Note: The file is not printed on a printer, but is converted to PDF format, which can then be saved. It does not cost anything to convert files to PDF using the printer driver at UiB.

How to proceed if you are using PDFCreator on one of UiB’s computers:

  1. Open the file that you wish to convert to PDF. (The original file will not be affected).
  2. Select print (Ctrl+P)
  3. Select printer “PDFCreator”
  4. If the “PDFCreator” printer has not been installed – contact the PC help service/User support at your faculty.
  5. Click “OK”
  6. Remove author information if the submission of the assignment is to be anonymous. (The submission of a Master’s thesis is not anonymous.)
  7. Click ”Save”
  8. Select the folder you wish to save the PDF file in.
  9. Select a file name for the PDF file. (Do not include your name in the file name if the submission is to be anonymous.)
  10. Click “Save”
  11. The file has been saved and will open automatically.

Format requirements for the submission of assignments in My Space when

  • Students submit their Master’s theses.
  • Students submit an anonymous assignment in an anonymised folder.

Which formats are required when assignments are submitted in the different folder types in My Space?

The Learning Folder and the Learning Folder’s sub-folders
  • Requirement: No special format requirements.
Anonymised Learning Folder and/or anonymised sub-folders in the Learning Folder
  • Requirement: PDF or plain text (txt, sgml, html, xml).
The Assessment Folder and the Assessment Folder’s sub-folders

Requirement: No special format requirements.

Anonymised Assessment Folder and/or anonymised sub-folders in the Assessment Folder

Requirement: PDF or plain text (txt, sgml, html, xml)

The Master’s Thesis Folder and the Master Thesis Folder’s subfolders (Folders in the student’s name)

Requirement: PDF.

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