You may realize you made an error after you've submitted your assignment.
Your instructor won't see your name during grading.
Your instructor determines grade penalties for late work.
More on zeros assigned to past due work More on multiple attempts grades Your instructor may attach files that you need to read or use to complete an assignment.
Contact your instructor if you don't see an assignment you think you should.
If you submit after the due date, your submission is marked and penalties may apply.A due date is the submission deadline of an assignment in your course. Once the end date of the assignment is past, you are no longer able to submit, no matter what the assignment's due date is.Your instructor can add assignments to different areas of your course.Don't add your name to files you upload or use your name in any text you add. You can see the due date, number of attempts allowed, the time limit if imposed, and possibly goals and a rubric for grading.You can also see if the due date has passed and if any submissions are or will be late.The digital dropbox has been replaced by the assignments tool in Blackboard Learn.If your instructor has asked you to submit something to the digital dropbox, ask for other instructions.For video and audio files that appear inline, select the title to open them in new windows.You have controls for play, pause, and volume control.Your instructor can also create group assignments and provide access to them in the same areas as regular assignments.Group assignments may also appear in the panel after the course menu.