The View Submission helps you view the submissions for a particular activity, including clickstream detail for each student attempt. You can submit an activity forcefully if a student postpone the submission. The View Activity Submissions window contains a header area and two main sections: the Student List on the left and the Submission Detail area on the right.
Note: If an integrity violation is detected in the submission of the assignment, the student will be able to view a message in the view submissions page.
In the header area of the Student Submission/Study Guide window, the activity name and other details are displayed. Information listed here includes:
Activity Name: Name of the activity
Total submissions: Number of completed submissions for the activity
Questions: Total number of questions in the activity
Available: Dates on which the activity was/is available (a -- indicates that the activity is always available)
Max. Attempts allowed: Total number of attempts allowed for the activity.
Attempt Record: Score recorded in the Gradebook among the multiple attempts (Highest, Lowest, First, Last, Average)
Time to Complete: Time allowed for completing the activity
This section lists the name of the students in the course. This section has two columns: Name and Grade.
Name: This column displays the name of the students. If a student completed an activity, a sign displays next to the student name. Click the sign to view the date and time of each attempt for that student. The attempt recorded in the Gradebook is shown in bold.
Grade: This column displays the grade obtained by each student. Two types of icons may appear after the grades;
This icon indicates that the submission needs manual grading. The icon will disappear after the grading.
This icon indicates that the student has failed to meet the pass criteria.
This icon indicates that the instructor has edited the grades for the submission.
This icon indicates that the student has submitted the activity after the due date. This icon disappears if you accept the late submission.
Note: If you want to close the Students list to make more room for the Submission Detail area, click the Hide text icon below the Students list, at the left side of the window. To redisplay the Students list, click the Show text icon at the bottom left of the window.
Note: Even though you have changed or removed the due date, any late submissions will still be marked as Late. You have to manually accept this late submission in Gradebook.
The submission detail area displays detailed information about a specific submission for a single activity on the selected date (as selected in the Students list).
At the top of the Submission detail area, several buttons appear on the toolbar:
Send Message: Click Send Message to open the Compose New Mail window, where you can compose and send a new message to the student and others.
Print: Click the Print button to open the Print Settings window, where you can print a copy of the submission details.
Submit Student Answers:This helps you forcefully submit the activity when a student postpone the submission after attending the activity. This button will be enabled only if the message Activity has been started but not yet submitted is seen in the preview box.
Delete All Submissions: Click Delete All submissions to delete all attempts for this activity. When you click this button, a message box appears asking the confirmation. Click Yes to delete all the submissions
Delete Submission: Click Delete All submissions to delete this specific attempt for this activity. When you click this button, a message box appears asking the confirmation. Click Yes to delete the submission.
Below this Send Message and Print buttons, the Submission Detail Header displays the student name and other submission details, including:
Submitted: Date and time on which this activity attempt was submitted
Grade: Score obtained for this activity attempt. A red Edit link appears next to grade. To edit a grade, click the Edit link. In the Edit Grade window, enter a new grade, type comments as needed, and then click to save the new grade (or click Cancel to cancel the update).
Student Attempt: The number of this activity attempt out of the total number of attempts allowed (for example, 1/3 indicates this is the first attempt of three possible attempts for this activity)
Questions Attempted: The number of questions attempted for this submission out of the total number of questions in the activity (for example, 9/10 indicates that one question in a ten-question activity was not attempted (skipped)).
Total time: Total time allowed for the activity, as defined by your instructor
The Question Details pane appears below the Submission Detail Header. The Question Details pane displays question-by-question results of your submission for this activity. Correctly answered questions are preceded by icon and incorrectly answered questions are preceded by icon. Depending on the type of question, the question details may be slightly different, as outlined below.
At the top of the Question Details pane, you may see one of several messages :
Activity has not been started: This indicates that the student has not started the activity.
Activity has been started but not yet submitted: This indicates that the student has postponed the submission after attending the activity.
This submission is past due date: This indicates that the student has not submitted the activity and is past the due date set for the activity submission.
This submission is incomplete due to a network error: This indicates that the submission is interrupted by a crash and thus the submission is incomplete.
This submission is past due: This indicates that the student has submitted the activity after the due date. You can accept the submission by clicking the Accept Submission button. Accepting the late submission is only for a specific attempt. Use the following steps to accept the late submission:
Click theAccept Submission button in the pane.
The message Late Submission Accepted is displayed.
The icon disappears in the Student List. The submission is counted as normal submission.
There are multiple past due submissions for this activity: This indicates that the student has multiple late submissions for an activity. You can accept these submissions by clicking the Accept All Submissions. Use the following steps to accept all the late submissions:
Click the Accept All Submissions button in the pane.
The message "Are you sure you want to accept all late submissions for this activity? This cannot be undone." pops up. Click Yes to accept all late submissions for the activity.
The message Late Submission Accepted is displayed.
The icon disappears in the Student List. The submissions are counted as normal submissions.
Simulation (Performance-Based) Questions
For simulation questions, the question details display in four columns:
Questions: This column displays the question text along with other details. Details that appear in the Questions column include:
>Application: indicates what software application was covered in the question (for example, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
>Page Number: indicates the page number in the related book where you can learn more about this skill
>Scenario: indicates what scenario was used in the question -- Training Scenario 1, Assessment Scenario 1, or Assessment Scenario 2
>Score: indicates your score on this specific question; appears highlighted in yellow
>Time Taken: indicates the amount of time student spent completing that specific question; appears highlighted in yellow
>Status: indicates the completion status of a question.
+In an exam, a question can appear with a status of Correct (meaning student answered it correctly), Incorrect (meaning student did not answer it correctly), or Unattempted (meaning student skipped this question).
+In a training, a question can appear with a status of Complete - Unguided (meaning student answered it correctly without the use of Hints or Show Me help), Complete - Guided (meaning student answered it correctly with the use of Hints or Show Me help), Training Incomplete (meaning student started but did not successfully complete this training question) or Unattempted (meaning student skipped this question).
Methods to Complete: The Methods to Complete column displays the valid steps or methods a student could use to complete the question correctly. Methods are broken down for each step in the question. Because the methods can be very long, by default, the method details are hidden. To view the details for a specific method, click the [+] symbol next to that method. Alternatively, click the Show All link to view the details for all methods and the Hide All link to hide the details for all methods.
Actions Taken: The Actions Taken column displays the specific steps you took while completing a question, in a list form. If you want to hide these actions from view, click the Hide Student Actions link. To show these actions, click the Show Student Actions link.
Preview Question in Player: The Preview Question in Player column displays a Launch Training button for each question. Clicking this button will launch the Training Scenario 1 version for each question, so that you can view a training lesson that mirrors the activity.
For objective-based questions, such as Multiple Choice, True/False, Fill-in-the-Blank, and Matching, the question details display as below:
Question Text/Answer: The question text appears, along with the answer the student submitted highlighted in yellow. If the student answer was correct, a icon appears next to it; if the answer was incorrect, a icon appears next to it.
Score: The student score for that question is listed below the question. If a question was not attempted, Question was not attempted appears, instead of a score.
Correct Answers and Feedback: Feedback and correct answers are listed for each question.
Grader Project Questions
For grader project questions, once the student successfully submits the assignment and the submission is graded successfully, the view submissions page displays the grade and Score Card Data. Score Card Data details (as provided by the question project ID in the grader application) may include the following:
Steps: Steps to download, complete and upload the assignment.
Instructions: Procedural instructions provided to the student.
Max. Points: Maximum points for successful completion of each step..
Obtained Points: The points that the student scored.
The View Submissions window also includes the Submitted File, Summary Report, and Marked-up Report options. Click to view an item.
Submitted File: The file the student submitted for grading.
Summary Report: The summary report information is provided by the grader application and is subject to change. It currently includes the student's Total Score, Date Report Run, Submission Attempts, Steps, Assignment instructions, and Points Deducted.
Marked-Up Report: The summary report information is provided by the grader application and is subject to change. It currently includes a visual representation of the graded file. You can click a component to view detailed scores and results.
If the grader application detects an integrity violation with the grader project question, a message is displayed in the View Submissions window. Click Show Details to view the violation information.
If available, you can click Notify Student to display the violation message to the student. Notify Student will not be available if your course is set to automatically display integrity violations to students (the Display integrity detection to students automatically for Grader projects option is checked on the Grading section of the Preferences tool).