Students won't have a submit button past the cut-off date. To solve this problem, check if the cut-off date is set correctly, or if the student is late either change the cut-off date to allow for submission or give the student an extension.
Students won't be able to submit certain file types if you have restricted the file type options. To solve this problem, ask students to submit the correct file type, or add their file type in your restricted file type list, or remove restriction on file types.
Students won't be able to submit files that exceed the file size limit. To solve this problem, ask students to submit a smaller file or change the file size limit.
Students can experience problems submitting files if their internet connection is not reliable. To solve this problem, ask students to submit from a different location or internet connection.
Why are my students' assignments showing as draft?
Student assignments may show as draft because:
You have changed the assignment setting for 'Require students click submit button' from the default 'Yes' to 'No' (if all student assignments are submitted as draft)
To solve this problem, you can either change the assignment settings and ask students to resubmit, or you can lock the submissions, which prevents students from changing their files.
A student has not clicked the 'Submit' button when they submit their assignment to FLO (if one or only a few student assignments are showing as draft). This may be because the student simply did not see the button or did not realise they needed to click it.
To solve this problem, once you are ready to start marking you may want to prevent these students from making further submission updates by locking the submission so that you can ensure you are marking the correct version.
Note: if the student did not submit he/she did not agree to an academic integrity statement. If this is relevant for your assignment, you will have to ask the student to press the submit button.
If you have concerns whether or not the student submits a different file (which would be the same as a late submission), you can download the draft file and compare this with the submitted file.
I have a group assignment but when I download all submissions I am getting one assignment for every student. Why?
The download all submissions option for group assignments currently downloads one assignment per student, rather than one per group. We recommend that ALL group assignments should be manually downloaded from the 'File submissions' column in the assignment submissions table. Alternatively unwanted assignments can be deleted from the downloaded zip.
How do I hide/unhide assignment grades?
Once you have created your assignment we advise that you set the assignment to ‘hidden’ in the Gradebook. This will prevent students from seeing feedback and grades/marks until the marking process has been finalised. They will still be able to see the assignment to submit their file or online text. Once the marking has been finalised the assignment can be ‘shown’ in the Gradebook, releasing marks and feedback to students.
My marking guide isn't calculating grades properly
Your marking guide may not be calculating grades properly because it scales the lowest grade to 0. So if you scale your marks from 1-10, it will recalculate '1' to 0. To solve this problem you must use a scale that starts at 0.
I have granted an assignment extension for one of my students, but they tell me that there is no submission button. Why?
The most likely cause is that
the extension date is after the assignment cut-off date. There are several dates in an assignment’s settings. Some or all of these
dates can be enabled. These are:
Allow submission from: Use this if you want
to stop students submitting before a given date.
Due date: This
date shows to students on their topic home page and on the assignment summary
page. This is when the assignment is due. Submissions will still be allowed after
this date but any assignments submitted are marked as late unless students have
been granted an extension. To prevent submissions after a certain date, set the
assignment cut-off date.
Cut-off date: This
date is not shown to students. If set, the assignment will not accept submissions after this date. An
extension can be given beyond the cut-off date; however, late submissions will
not be accepted.
Tip: When granting extensions, check what your cut-off
date is, and if necessary advise the student that they will not be able to
submit late. Alternatively, change the cut-off date for the assignment, or
apply a ‘User override’ for the student (Assignment > Assignment
about Turnitin and cut-off dates: As each assignment is
submitted by the student, their work will be will be compared with other stored
papers in the Turnitin repository. Once the cut-off date arrives, the
submissions are rechecked against the rest of the current class.
I’ve marked the assignment for my tutorial group and put the marks into the grading worksheet, but it won't upload
There are two common causes:
have typed the marks into the wrong column. The grading worksheet is a CSV
file that opens in Excel. The columns are a standard width and some of the
contents seem to spill over into the next column. Drag the divider between
column headings to make the columns wider so you can see where the grades
should be. In this situation FLO wants you to ’Confirm changes in grading
worksheet’ but nothing is listed, just a Cancel button.
have already uploaded the annotated marked assignments and/or feedback
files. In this situation, you will get a list of errors. ’Error:
Grade for student name has been modified more recently in FLO so this
grade from the offline worksheet will not update the latest grade in FLO’. If so, after choosing your upload file, you will need to tick the box Allow
updating records that have been modified more recently in FLO than in the
spreadsheet. See Upload marked files and grading worksheet (offline marking) for more information.
How do I exclude sources in a Turnitin originality report?
Removing a source from an Originality Report will 'recalculate' the similarity index without consideration to the removed source in question. This feature is often used when a paper has been submitted twice or more to Turnitin, and the Originality Report is reporting a high match (eg 100%) to a previous submission. Removing a source from an Originality Report may provide a more clear similarity index (percentage). See the entry Exclude sources in a Turnitin originality report.