1. Under the 'General' section it identifies what type of files students can submit and how many parts an assignment includes. Under submission type select 'File upload' if you want to restrict students to uploading files or retain the default 'Any Submission Type" to provide the students with the option to submit an image file.
2. The Grade section 'maximum number of points' is set to 100. Please note, 'Scale' options do not display correctly in the Turnitin assignment submission area and are not recommended. The Grade is the overall grade for the Turnitin assignment including all or any parts. If there is only 1 part in the Turnitin Assignment, ensure the Grade and the Part marks correlate.
- To learn more about Gradebook and how grades are calculated and displayed refer to LEO Guide: Grades.
3. Under the Availability' section, set the 'Start date'; 'Due date' and Post date' and marks.
- Start date: sets the earliest date/time students can make a submission
- Due date: final date/time the student can submit their assignment
- Post date: date/time when marks/grades are released to students in the Turnitin submission inbox and Gradebook
Before the due date the assignment submission is in a draft format and on the final date/time the assignment is indexed in Turnitin as the student's final version. Late submissions are ticked by default (see Originality Report options) and will allow students who have never submitted to submit late and be marked in red.