Grade Center - How do I check whether my professor got the Assignment I submitted
How do I check whether my professor got the Assignment I submitted?
After you submit an assignment (the things with icons that look like a piece of paper, a ruler, and a pencil), you can check the status.
There are 2 ways: First, you can view your grades using the "View Grades" link on the My UO page. For any assignment in the course you'll see a row similar to the one on the left. The green exclamation means an assignment has been submitted but not yet graded. Don't bother to click "Details." Instead, click the exclamation mark or the grade to get more information about your attempt. If the instructor has hidden the column you will not be able to see the submission status.
An easier way to get to the attempt information is to go back to the assignment in the coursesite and click the link again. Either way, you'll get a screen similar to the one at right (there will be no "start new submission" option if the instructor is allowing only 1 attempt). You can verify that there's an attached file, and can also see what info you entered in the submission field or in the comments. This is also a good way for you to get any feedback that the instructor may provide when he or she grades the assignment. Some instructors will set a time limit on when the link for the assignment is available. After that time has passed you will no longer have access to the link for submission status verification.
Watch a tour (from Blackboard Inc.) of how to submit an assignment.
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