ASSIST is our Android mobile device app for teachers. It puts bubble sheet scanning and subjective grading right in the palm of your hand, on the go.
How to Install ASSIST on your Android device To install ASSIST, search for “ALL In Learning ASSIST” or "bubble sheet grading" in the Google Play Store, or follow this link, and install the ALL In Learning ASSIST app.
ASSIST and Your ALL In Learning Account
ASSIST works by connecting to your ALL In Learning online account. The first thing you'll do when launching ASSIST is to enter your ALL In Learning username and password to log in to your account.
Once you have logged in, you can grade assessments with your ASSIST app by clicking on the Grade an Assessment option. Just like with your online account, click the assessment you would like to grade and then the class and start scanning!
You'll notice that if you have a paused session - you've started grading but haven't ended grading to produce a report - the Android ASSIST app highlights that session for you in blue. You can pick up right where you left off!
To start grading your students' bubble sheets, adjust your phone over the bubble sheet until the black rectangle is fully in view. See our help desk article on successful scanning for best practices.
If you would like to manually grade your students, tap on the Students option at the bottom right and select the student. Once you've completed grading, tap on End to submit the report.
Reports for assessments graded on ASSIST can be found in your Reports tab in your online ALL In Learning account at plus.allinlearning.com.
Students with Anomalies
If you see a message when trying to end a session that at least one of your students has anomalies, this means that some bubble sheets had unmarked bubbles or their answers were not recognized. This can happen when a student leaves an answer blank or didn't completely erase a changed answer and there are two bubbled in answers for one question.
You'll need to resolve these before the session can be ended. Tap OK on the message and then tap on the Students list. You can locate those students whose bubble sheets recorded anomalies by finding the students highlighted in red. Tap on Questions, and any question that needs resolving will also be highlighted in red.