What file types are accepted when using assignment dropbox in NetClassroom or when uploading shared documents in FAWeb?

The assignment dropbox in NetClassroom version 7.83 and higher allows students to submit documents for their teacher's review. ;Shared documents in FAWeb allows teachers to upload files or documents which can then be downloaded by students via NetClassroom. Only certain file types are accepted when using the dropbox or when uploading shared documents. The extensions for the file types allowed are listed below.

Beginning with version 7.84.52.3 of FAWeb and NetClassroom, you are now able to upload Apple iWork Pages, Numbers and Keynote files.  See additional considerations below.

Important Notes Regarding Apple iWork files: 
  • You must be on FAWeb and NetClassroom version 7.84.52.3 or higher in order to use these file types
  • Faculty and students must use the Safari internet browser for uploading and downloading iWork files   
  • These files cannot be downloaded and opened on a Windows-based PC
  • In order for these files to upload successfully, students and teachers must first update an application setting so that these save as a packaged file:
    1. Open Apple iWork Pages, Numbers or Keynote
    2. Under the applications menu, select Preferences
    3. Click the General icon
    4. Under Saving, select the Save new documents as packages option

The following file types can be submitted using the assignment dropbox: 
  • Application files:
    • .ai
    • .eps
    • .doc
    • .docx
    • .fun
    • .js
    • .keynote
    • .numbers
    • .pages
    • .pdf
    • .ppt
    • .pptx
    • .psd
    • .rtf
    • .swf
    • .xls
    • .xlsx
    • .zip
       
  • Video files:
    • .avi
    • .mov
    • .qt
    • .mp4
    • .mpeg
       
  • Images:
    • .bmp
    • .gif
    • .ico
    • .jpeg
    • .jpg
    • .png
       
  • Audio files:
    • .mp3
       
  • Text files:
    • .css
    • .htm
    • .html
    • .txt
    • .xml

Environment

 FAWeb 7.84.52.3 ; NetClassroom 7.84.52.3

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