Adding, editing, or removing an assignment
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Note: To complete the procedures in this document, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles: Overview.
Create/add a new assignment
To create/add a new assignment:
- In the menubar, click and then click at the top of the page.
- On the Add Assignments page, fill in the following information (fields marked with a red star are required):
- Title: Enter a brief title for your assignment (e.g., ).
- Open date: At the open date and time, the assignment is available for students to begin working on it. To send an announcement alerting students to the start date, see step 4 below.
- Due date: This is the assignment's deadline. To list the due date on the course site's schedule, see step 4 below.
- Accept until: No assignments can be submitted after this date. You can set this date and time later than the due date to continue accepting assignments (e.g., to allow for revisions) after the due date.
- Student submissions: You can choose to have students submit their assignments inline only (typed directly into a text box), as attachments only, or both. You can also allow non-electronic submissions.
- Grade scale: You can choose from five grading options: , , , , or . If you choose points, enter the maximum possible points (must be a positive number or zero).
- In the "Assignment Instructions" box, type a description of the assignment.
Note: This step is optional, but you will receive an alert message at the top of the page when you post the assignment if you leave it blank. Click a second time to proceed.
- Under the text box for Assignment Instructions, you will see the following options:
- Add due date to Schedule: To add the due date to the site's Schedule, check the box.
- Add an announcement about the open date to Announcements: To announce the open date automatically when you post the assignment with an announcement on your site's home page, check the box.
- Add honor pledge: To display the honor pledge when students are submitting an assignment, check the box. Students must check a checkbox agreeing to the pledge before their work can be submitted. The text of the honor pledge is as follows:
"I have neither given nor received aid on this assignment. Yes (You must respond to submit your assignment.)"
- Under "Grading", you will see the following options:
- Do not add assignment to Gradebook
- Add Assignment to Gradebook.
- Associate with existing Gradebook entry
Note: Assignments added in the Assignments tool can only be graded, edited, or removed in the Assignments tool, even if they are added to the Gradebook or associated with a Gradebook entry.
- Under "Access" use the radio buttons to choose or . If you choose the latter, you'll see the groups and sections that are available; use the checkboxes to select the group(s) and/or section(s) to which you want the assignment released.
- Under "Submission Notification Email Options", use the radio buttons to choose one of the following options:
- Do not send me notification emails for any student submissions
- Send me a notification email for each student submission
- Send me one email per day summarizing notifications for student submissions
Note: Notification settings in this area apply to all users with a role of instructor, assistant, or adjunct instructor/teaching assistant.
- Under "Attachments", you can attach a file from your local computer or from Resources, or specify the URL for a file on the web. For instructions, see Options for adding attachments.
Preview, save a draft, or post
Click if you wish to review your assignment before you post it. To see how it will look to students, click the black triangle next to .
While previewing the assignment, you can click if you want to save your assignment before you post it. You can then go back to it and revise it, if you want, before you post it; see Posting an assignment previously saved as a draft. Only instructors (or those with the proper permissions) can view drafts.
Click when you are ready to make the assignment accessible by students.Back to top
Edit an assignment
To revise a posted assignment before or after its open date or due date:
- In the menubar, click .
- Under the assignment you wish to modify, click .
- Make your revisions in the assignment.
- After you have made your revisions, you can post or preview your assignment. If you choose to preview it, you will then have the option to post it or to save it as a draft.
Note: If the assignment is currently open to students, you will only have the options of previewing and posting the assignment.
When students view the revised assignment, they will be notified that changes have been made.Back to top
Delete an assignment
Note: You can completely delete an assignment before any students have submitted work. However, if you delete an assignment after the first submission, all students will continue to see the assignment with a notice saying "(Assignment has been deleted)", even though the assignment will not be visible in the Assignment List that you see as an instructor.
To delete an assignment:
- In the menubar, click . You will see a list of assignments.
- Check the box under next to the assignment you want to delete.
- Click .
- You will see a confirmation screen asking if you are sure you want to delete the assignment. Click to permanently delete it or if you've changed your mind.
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