You can edit, reorder, and delete your assignments.
Change the order of assignments with the drag-and-drop function or the keyboard accessible reordering tool.
Students see the late label after they make a submission after the due date.
page appears with information about their submitted assignments and a success message with a confirmation number.
You can create assignments in content areas, learning modules, lesson plans, and folders. You can also create a group assignment and release it to one or more groups in your course.
Each group submits one collaborative assignment and all members receive the same grade.When you delete an assignment that has student submissions, you also delete all the submissions. Jump to the "Original" help about creating assignments.Assignments are always available to instructors in the Ultra Course View.For a detailed description of what is portrayed in the video, open the video on You Tube, navigate to page, the title appears as the link students select to view the materials.If you don't add a title, "New Assignment" and the date appear in the content list.You can view the late label in these areas: If you don’t want students to access an assignment after the due date, choose the appropriate display dates.Inform students that you won’t accept submissions after the due date and the assignment will no longer be available.You can also create a group assignment and release it to one or more groups in your course.More on creating assignments for groups of students page opens.You can create assignments alongside other content. Jump to the "Ultra" help about accessing assignments.With assignments, you can create coursework and manage the grades and feedback for each student separately.