Below the main tab you should see six subtabs: Coursework subtab 31st March - the Coursework tab has undergone changes to the way coursework is displayed. The same information is displayed but it has been simplified to help students see key information such as due dates more easily. Students need to click on a particular coursework item to expand the coversheet download or link to Blackboard.
If you submitted a hard copy of your coursework, you will be sent an email advising you when your coursework is ready for collection. The service is available between 9: Students based at Bower Ashton can collect their work from room 0C49a.
Please check the noticeboard at the submission point for details of the collection times. You must bring your ID card with you in order to claim your work. What's the pass mark for a module? Individual pieces of work or exams are also known as elements of assessment. You are required to reach a particular standard in a component.
All modules have one or two components. If a module has two components the overall mark is calculated from the weighted average of both components. Component weightings are set out in the module specification.
The mark for the component will also be the mark for the whole module. If you are eligible for a resit you will need to redo both components. If you are eligible for a retake you will need to redo both components. Module structure and the calculation of module marks The way in which a module is structured and how individual assessment contributes towards the overall module outcome is outlined in our 'Passing a module part one' film.
What happens if I cannot submit online due to a critical systems failure? The following actions will only be considered in cases where there is no access to critical systems defined as Blackboard, myUWE and UWE Bristol networks for more than five minutes in the final two hours before submission.
If there is a temporary loss of access to online coursework submission caused by a critical systems failure, the University may decide to take the following action: ALL deadlines for work submitted online will be extended by an additional 24 hours. ALL deadlines for assessments that are not submitted online will be extended by an additional 24 hours due to the potential for losing access to Blackboard materials.
ALL deadlines where students have already been given an extension under Reasonable Adjustments will be extended by an additional 24 hours. If the extension falls on a Saturday or a public holiday then it will last until Students will be advised of the extended deadlines via messages on Blackboard, myUWE, the information screens and posters around the Coursework Hub.
Interruptions or system failures limited to student computer labs are not covered. The responsibility to submit on time remains with students.
What happens if I need a resit or retake? You do not need to pay for a resit. If you need to use a further attempt retakeyou will have to redo all assessments and pay for the whole module again.
No marks can be carried over from one attempt to the next, even if a missed assessments or exceptional removal of marks application has been accepted. If you have a resit, this is shown in your academic record using a code.
How do I find out about my resit coursework? Module leaders are responsible for providing you with details of resit coursework. It may be that they have already informed you of what you need to do, or it may be posted in Blackboard.
If you have not received details of your resit coursework within 14 days of the publication of your results you must contact your Student Administration Team SAT immediately. How do I find out about my exam timetable?The site map of the UWE Bristol website.
In the Coursework subtab, you will see a list of your Coursework items. Click to expand a submission item and it will show the details such as deadline; status and a link to either ‘Go to Blackboard’ if submission is to be made online in Blackboard, or ‘Download Coversheet’ if submission is by manual hand-in.
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Frequently asked questions regarding assessments at UWE Bristol.
Online submission. You should receive specific instructions either online or in your module handbook on how you submit coursework at the start of each individual module. is and in to a was not you i of it the be he his but for are this that by on at they with which she or from had we will have an what been one if would who has her.
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