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How to prevent or prove whiteboard object hijacking by participants?

Question asked by amurphy on Feb 3, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 9, 2017 by jkelley_blackboard

Is this the right place to ask this question:  How can I lock students whiteboard objects so other students cannot edit them?  And how can I get more detailed information about who edits an object.   In 6th grade, hijacking others' objects to write naughty words is a temptation.  I have a student who does this, and there is no way (that I have been able to figure out) to prove that the writer of the naughty words in the text box is not the same person as the creator of the text box.  I have looked in Activity, in Object Properties, etc.  There does not appear to be any logging of who edits an object once it is created.  Help?

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