Updated: 2013-10-07 00:38 EDT
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Check the due date for each assignment and put a reminder in your agenda, calendar, and digital assistant.
As of 9pm Sunday September 15, the following students have not Read All The Words in Assignment 1 and will not be getting marks:
Bad file name: part 2.txt Bad file name: assignment 01.txt Bad file name: CST8207 Assignment 01 Xxxxxxx.txt Bad file name: Assignment01.txt Bad file name: assignment01XxxxxXxxxxxxx.txt Assignment(s) uploaded without file attachment Bad file name: assignment01.txt.txt Text found in Blackboard comments box (ignored) Bad file name: assignment 01.txt Bad file name: assignment01.txt.txt Bad file name: xxxxxxxx_assignment01.txt Bad file name: Assignment01.txt
Go to your assignment upload area and check your file name!
Here are the class errors for Assignment 1 (140 students):
1 BAD_FILE_TYPE: file Assignment 1 (part II as instructed).rtf is incorrect type Rich Text Format data, version 1, ANSI text/rtf 1 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'Assignment 1 (part II as instructed).rtf' 3 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'Assignment01.txt' 1 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'assignment 01.txt' 3 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'assignment01.txt.txt' 1 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'linux assignment 1.txt' 1 BAD_NAME: file uploaded with incorrect name 'part 2.txt' 1 COMMENT_BOX_IGNORED: do not upload Blackboard comments 10 LATE: file uploaded after due date 2013-09-16 08:01 16 NOT_FOUND: no assignment file uploaded before 2013-09-17 14:17 41 WRONG_NUMBERING: You did not number each of your three answers correctly
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