By Milton Keynes, Walton Наll
Welcome to the Open University's procedure for filing digital teach marked assignments (eTMAs) utilizing both the eTMA site or e mail. This record is meant that can assist you to arrange your task for submission; post it utilizing the eTMA procedure; make certain its receipt after which to take advantage of the approach to assemble the marked eTMA again for viewing.
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5. The file size should not exceed 2MB unless your course materials specifically instruct otherwise. • Make sure that your assignment is submitted successfully before midnight (UK time) on the cut-off date. It is recommended that you submit well before time and preferably three days before the cut-off date. • If you are emailing your TMA as detailed in section 5, remember not to include anything other than your PI number, course code and TMA number in the subject line.
It is wholly your responsibility to ensure that your submission contains all the material you wish to have assessed in an appropriate and readable format. You will not be allowed to resubmit either electronically or on paper if it subsequently turns out that you submitted an incomplete assignment or the incorrect version of your assignment after your tutor has already marked a previous submission. Late return of marked eTMAs If your eTMA is not returned to you within two weeks of the cut-off date, you should contact your tutor.
The helpdesk is normally open on Bank Holidays from 10:00 to 16:00 although this cannot be guaranteed. It is closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday. uk Please make sure you type your Personal Identifier into the subject field of the message following by ‘eTMA’. Telephone +44 (0)1908 653972 Fax +44 (0)1908 652193, please mark it for the attention of the OU Computing Helpdesk Please be aware that during very busy periods your telephone call may not be answered immediately or may result in the engaged tone.