I see that I can still submit the assignment but was wondering how much partial credit is given.
The first two and a half weeks I allow students to submit work late with no point loss. I do this as students add the class right up to the last day, some are needing to ask questions on how to use their cameras or software, and some are just learning how to figure out what is due when in Canvas.
After this adjustment and settling period is over, no extensions will be given unless you have extenuating circumstances outside your control. In these cases, while I hate to ask, I will need to see notes from your doctor or proof in some way that attention needs to be somewhere else during this time. If your time out of school is severe, please contact your counselor to let him/her know of your situation. He/She will be able to advise you on your best course of action for classes.
I truly hope everyone has and ‘event-free’ semester, but life happens. The best way to deal with it is to try and work ahead as often as you can. I release our class schedule two to three weeks in advance so that you can have this opportunity to work ahead. If you life allows for it, take advantage of it.
When a student turns in late work, as per our department policy, 30 points for the assignment will no longer be available to earn. The student will also not be allowed to resubmit the work by Week 13 for a potentially higher grade.
The best way to keep all 100 points possible for the higher grade is to turn in SOMETHING that is related to the assignment, even if you know it is not correct. Doing so will allow you to resubmit better work one more time (up to Week 13) for a potentially higher grade. You may want to wait until after I grade the assignment to reshoot as I will do what I can to help guide you to your next step in the assignment. This is a great loophole, use it. 😉