In Hub modules will have an assignment drop-box set up which can be accessed through the menu link to Assessments. The assignment drop-boxes are set up and administered by the Academic Administration, and not by the tutor for that module. In addition to a link to the Assignment dropbox, you will see a link to the QMU Assessment Regulations.   

 

Please note: To ensure any submitted file can be successfully submitted, students are requested to minimise the length of the filenames. We recommend filenames take the following format:

  • [Matriculation Number].docx
  • For example: 01234567.docx

User guides The following resources are here to help students with locating and submitting to the assignment dropbox. There are two different types of submission drop-boxes which can be differentiated by their icons. Please select the applicable guide below:

Student Guides to Submitting your assignment to Turnitin

The Guides are available as .pdf's and .docs, you can choose to open in your browser or download. 

Student Guide to submitting assignments to Turnitin.pdf opens in a new window

Student Guide to submitting assignments to Turnitin.doc download and open on your computer

Turnitin student quick start guide - is the Turnitin support guide for students.

You can watch a video which shows how to Submit your assessment to a Turnitin Dropbox 

After submission you will receive an email digital receipt which you should keep safe in case of any disputes.

Submitting your work to a Blackboard Assignment drop-box

Blackboard Submission Guide

Any queries regarding assignment drop-boxes should be directed to: Academic Administration

In many cases you will receive feedback on your assignments through your module in the Hub.

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