Your students shouldn’t still be turning in hard copies of assignments. That may be controversial and we admit, there’s nothing quite like sitting with a paper and a red pen. Unfortunately, students don’t operate that way anymore.
Consider the process of writing a paper. The research is done online. They write the paper on their computer via Word or Google Docs. They edit their paper on their computer, maybe even using online tools like Grammarly. If it’s a group project, they’re collaborating via email or a shared document. All of it is on their computer.
But if students have to print out that project, they either need to own a printer (and be fully stocked with paper and ink), go to a printing service, or use the University’s library.
Most learning management systems allow online assignment submissions. And most, including Tevera, allow online feedback so professors can tell students what they did right or wrong, no red pen necessary.