We are retiring the ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom Integration

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We have an update to share that requires some action on your part. This change pertains only to users of the ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom integration.

What is happening?
We are retiring ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom, so that we can dedicate our energy to ASSISTments 2.0, our most up-to-date and teacher-informed version of ASSISTments. We are asking users of this feature to migrate to 2.0, where we will be able to provide you the best possible experience and user support.

When I start assigning through 2.0, what stays the same?
Pretty much everything. All of your current 1.0 assignments will show up in your Google Classroom stream and in your students' streams just as before, and you will continue to have access to past data from ASSISTments 1.0 within Google Classroom.

What is different?
A fresh new interface. Also, our builder for 2.0 is still in development, but you can continue to build using ASSISTments 1.0 and assign with ASSISTments 2.0. See here to find out how.

Ok, I'm ready. How do I migrate?
If you are an ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom user who already has a 2.0 account you simply need to start finding and assigning content exclusively in 2.0. Check out this video tutorial.

If you are an ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom user who does not have a 2.0 account:

  • Make an ASSISTments 2.0 account - Here's a walkthrough.
  • Start finding and assigning content through ASSISTments 2.0. - Here’s a quick introduction and a short video tutorial.

How are things different for my students?
When your students click on their first 2.0-created assignment, they will follow a quick 3-click process to connect their Google Classroom to our 2.0 system, and then be good to go.

When will ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom be retired?
ASSISTments 1.0 with Google Classroom will be retired on July 31, 2020, but we recommend you begin using 2.0 as soon as possible.

Please reach out to contact@assistments.org if you have questions or require more guidance.

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