Unisa Cover Sheet For Assignments

Assessment refers to work you submit and receive a grade for.

On your learnonline course site an assessment is generally identified with this icon or if it's a quiz, with this icon - be sure to check with your Course Coordinator to identify the assessments for your courses.

Remember:

Assessment means the same thing as Assignment.

Turnitin is a system that checks your work against that of others to help you avoid plagiarism.

Gradebook is a term used sometimes to refer to assessments and marking generally. 

Watch the video on how to submit an assignment and check out the Table of Contents on the left for more help on assessment.

Video: How to submit an assignment

Find out how to submit a multiple choice assignment on MyUNISA here.

 

  • Click on the module tab you would like to submit an assignment for

 

  • If you cannot see your module in the tabs; use the drop down box

 

  • Once you have selected your module; Click on assignments in the menu to the left

 

  • You will be taken to a page that looks similar to the one below

  • You can use the key below to make sense of the table above

 

  • If your assignment is not listed you should click on the link below

  • Read the instructions and follow the prompts

 

  • If you need help; click on the link for step-by-step instructions such as the ones below

 

How to submit a UNISA written assignment on myUNISA

Find the module code

1.                   Find the module code of the assignment you want to submit in the Course column

2.                   Find the corresponding number of the assignment, e.g. 2 in the Ass.No. column

3.                   Click on the Submit link in the Action column next to the assignment number

Step 1: Load assignment file from your PC to myUnisa

4.                   Click on the Choose File button next to File Name

5.                   In the Choose File dialog box, select the file you want to upload, and then click Open

6.                   Select the correct program format from the File Format drop-down list (i.e. MS Word, Excel, PDF etc.)

7.                   Click on the Continue button.

Step 2: Verify the file details for final submission of your written assignment

Use this step to verify that you are uploading the correct file to the correct course and assignment number.

8.                   Click on the Continue button to submit your assignment file. If you do not click Continue, no submission action will take place.

9.                   Large files will take longer to upload than small files. Please be patient after you have clicked Continue.

10.               If the wrong details, e.g. file name, appear on the screen, click Back to restart the file upload process.

Step 3: Assignment submission report

This is your proof that your assignment was submitted. It is advisable to print this page for your record purposes.

11.               Click on the Return to Assignment List button to go back to the Assignment overview screen.

 

Watch the video below which shows you how to prepare, format, complete & submit your assignments.

You can find more in-depth information about this here.

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