coursework submission Essay example

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The submission method for coursework will differ between modules and tasks. The below is a quick guide only and you should follow the exact instructions given you by the lecturer.

Online submission

Online submissions are always made via the Module’s Moodle page.
Follow the link to upload your work connected to the particular assessment you are uploading.
Make sure that your file is in the correct format specified by the lecturer and conforms to any word length, formatting instructions etc you have been given.
You must download and attached a copy of the relevant coursework submission form (Individual or Group) and attach this as the first page of your submission.
It is extremely important you complete the details required on the coursework submission form.
All online submissions must be submitted by 20.00 on the day of the deadline.
Remember that it sometimes takes time to upload files. You are strongly advised not to leave it to the last minute to start to upload your work as the link will close at 20.00.

Hardcopy submission

Hardcopy submissions are always made via your Degree coursework drop-box which can be found in the student lounge area of Level 3 Drysdale.
Make sure that your document conforms to any word length, formatting instructions etc you have been given.
You must either download or pick up a hard copy of the relevant coursework submission form (Individual or Group) and attach this as the first page of your submission.
It is extremely important you complete the details required on the coursework submission form.
All hardcopy submissions must be submitted by 20.00 on the day of the deadline.
For group coursework only 1 hardcopy is required which should be submitted to the Degree coursework drop-box of a nominated member of the group.

Online Quiz

An online quiz will always be taken via the Module’s Moodle page.
You will be given the details of the quiz, when it opens, how long it is open for, how long you have to complete it when you start etc by the lecturer.
You should pay particular attention to instructions regarding timings and saving your work as you progress.

In-Class Quiz

An in-class quiz will be completed and collected during class time by your lecturer. They will give you the specific instructions relating to the quiz.

In-Class Exercise

As part of a module you may be required to participate in a number of in-class exercises. This could for example be group discussions, project work, team building exercises, or time management exercises. Specific instructions relating to…