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ungradedassessments help file.
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+<p align="center"><b>Number of Attachment expected on Submissions</b></p>
+
+<p>The number entered here determines how many &quot;upload boxes&quot; are
+ shown when the student submits a peice of work. The number can be zero,
+ that is no attachments are allowed. If attachments are expected, the number
+ is set to 1, 2, up to 5. Normally the number will be 0 or 1, but in some
+ assignments the students may be asked to submit more than one attachment.</p>
+
+<p>If the number is set to 3, say, and the student only attaches two files to
+ their submission, the two files are attached and there is <b>no</b> warning
+ message. Thus, when submitting work (in a single operation) students can
+ attach an arbitary number of files to their submissions, up to the maximum
+ number given by this option.</p>
+
+<p>Note this option does <b>not</b> set the maximum number of attachments a student
+ can add to their submission. It just determines how many &quot;upload
+ boxes&quot; are shown. The student is free to add more attachments to their
+ submission by editing that submission. This would be unusual.</p>
+
+<p>The default value for this option is zero, that is no attachments are
+ required.</p>
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+<p align="center"><b>Re-grading Student Assessments</b></p>
+
+<p>This link re-calculates the &quot;Grading grades&quot; of all the student
+ assessments which have a corresponding teacher assessment. Normally it is
+ <b>not</b> necessary to action this re-calculation. Student assessments
+ are automatically graded after the teacher has assessed the relavant piece
+ of work from the student.</p>
+
+<p>If, however, the Grading grades are felt to be too high or too low the
+ teacher may wish to change the &quot;Comparison of Assessments&quot; option
+ (by Updating the Exercise). The default value of this option is
+ &quot;Fair&quot;. If the grading grades are too high then setting the
+ option to either &quot;Strict&quot; or &quot;Very Strict&quot; will reduce
+ the grades. Or alternatively if the grades are too low, setting the option
+ to &quot; Lax&quot; or &quot;Very Lax&quot; will increase the grades.</p>
+
+<p>If a change to the Grading grades is required the steps are:
+ <ol>
+ <li>Update the Workshop with the new value of the Comparison of Assessments
+ option;</li>
+ <li>Go to to the Workshop's Administration page and click on the
+ &quot;Re-grade Student Assessments&quot; link.</li>
+ </ol>
+ The new grades will be displayed. These process can be safely repeated.</p>
+
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assessment's &quot;worth&quot;. (For submissions which have been assessed
only once or twice, these assessments are given the maximum &quot;grading
grade&quot;.) As this grading process is done at regular intervals, the
- number of ungraded assessments will normally be zero.</p>
+ number of ungraded assessments will normally be zero. (Note that in
+ Workshops where assessments have to be agreed, assessments which have not
+ been agreed are also likely to be ungraded. So in this type of workshop
+ the number of ungraded assessments is likely to be non-zero but the number
+ should decrease as assessments are agreed.)</p>
<p>The function of this link is to force a re-calculation of the grading grades,
the grades given to assessments. The teacher may want to do this when either

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