When managing Turnitin and Blackboard assignments, some Schools prefer to have separate submission points for work submitted on time, and work submitted after the deadline (whether late or with an ECF).
As part of the EMA Integration, rules for the creation of on-time and post-deadline submission points have been programmed into RISIS.
This has been done at Departmental level – so a consistent approach is taken on modules across the whole Department (and in most cases there is consistency across the whole School). It is not possible to choose a different setting for an individual module or assessment.
When Yes is chosen for ‘Create post-deadline submission point?’ the integration will create
- on-time and post-deadline Grade Centre columns for Turnitin assignments
- on-time and post-deadline Blackboard assignments, with appropriate availability settings
Please note: this applies only to Turnitin and Blackboard assignments. Post-deadline submission points and columns are NEVER created for other Modes of Submission such as Tests and Presentations.
The table below is a summary of the more detailed Department-level information held in RISIS.
If you have a query please contact the RISIS team.
|School / Department||Create post-deadline submission point?|
|School of Arts and Communication Design|
|Film, Theatre and Television||Y|
|School of Agriculture, Policy and Development||Y|
|School of Built Environment||N|
|School of Biological Sciences||Y|
|School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy||N|
|Henley Business School||Y|
|except Greenlands courses||N|
|School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science||Y|
|School of Humanities||N|
|Institute of Education||N|
|International Study and Language Institute||N|
|except International Foundation Programme||Y|
|School of Law||Y|
|School of Literature and Languages||N|
|School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences||Y|
|Clinical Language Sciences; Sch of Psych and CLS||Y|
|School of Psychology and Clinical Language Science||N|
|School of Politics, Economics and International Relations||N|
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