Why do submission due dates and times change?
Learn Ultra accepts and marks late submissions received after the due date or time. However, an instructor can prohibit submissions after due date. Also, an instructor can prohibit new attempts after due date, even for assignments with multiple attempts.
Identify changes in submission due date and time
Go to the assessment you want to check. Open the Details and Information panel on the assessment page and check the information below the title 'Assessment due date.'
Prohibited submissions after due date
If you have due date restrictions, you will see a message saying that "you can't submit work after the due date." This means that you must complete your assessment before the due date and time, regardless of the number of attempts or time limit you have to submit your work. In-progress and saved attempts will auto-submit at the due date and you will receive a submission receipt via email. If you receive an accommodation and your instructor registered it for the course, the accommodation is honored.
If you are starting an attempt too close to the due date, you will see a message in the Details and Information panel of your assessment that states your time limit has changed. Once you start the assessment, a timer with the new limit appears at the top of your assessment.
Prohibited attempts after due date
If you have new attempt restrictions, you will see a message saying that "you can't make a new submission attempt after due date." This means you are allowed to submit late, but you cannot start a new attempt regardless of the number of attempts you have remaining. Once you start the assessment, the time remaining to submit your work appears at the top of your assessment.