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myPASS: Download Your Reviewed Paper From the Writing Center

Last update 6/21/2019

 

Visual: Walden logo at bottom of screen along with notepad and pencil background.

Audio: Guitar music.

 

Visual: “Walden University Writing Center. Your writing, grammar, and APA experts” appears in center of screen. Background changes to a laptop on a table and the title “myPASS Appointments: Downloading Your Reviewed Paper.”

The screen changes to show the Graduate Coursework Schedule on the myPASS schedule.

Audio: The writing instructor will review your paper the day of your appointment or the day after your appointment. In other words, if you have an appointment scheduled on Wednesday, your paper will be reviewed and available to you in myPASS on Wednesday or Thursday. Once the writing instructor has reviewed your paper, he or she will attach it to your appointment. You will receive an e-mail when your paper is ready for you to download from myPASS. To download your reviewed paper, log into myPASS. Click on your appointment, which will appear as a yellow box, to open your appointment form.

 

Visual: The speaker clicks on the yellow appointment box, indicating that this is the speaker’s reserved appointment. The appointment’s appointment form opens.

Audio: Scroll to the bottom of the form, where you will find your original attachments and your reviewed paper. You can click the link to download the paper to your computer.

 

Visual: The pointer uses the scroll bar to go to the bottom of the appointment form.  Two attachments are visible, including one named “Your Reviewed Paper.” The speaker clicks on the second attached file to download it.

Audio: You can then review the feedback at your convenience. If you have questions or comments about the feedback you receive, we encourage you to get in touch with the writing instructor by e-mailing writingsupport@waldenu.edu. We also encourage you to fill out the post-review survey to help us better serve you. You will find a link to the survey in your reviewed paper.