If the instructor connected an assignment with the One Drive Assignments App, students can submit on the web version using the workflow outlined here.
To make a submission to an assignment from the Chromebook web platform, students can: Note: Do not select Upload when submitting from a Chromebook—when you select this option from a Chromebook it draws directly from your Google Drive account which will not allow you to attach a file created in Google Drive unless there is a version of the file saved to the device (indicated by displaying a file size).
In our system Students can view a list of all assessment items, and for any quiz or Assignment where the extensions are permitted they may an extension via Moodle, rather than having to contact the course staff off-line or via email.
The staff member is then free to approve or deny the request or ask for further information, via a selectable status.
Hi Folks, At the University of South Australia we have a very large Moodle instance, this year we've had over 40,000 individual students login and access the system (Uni SA and OUA students) and over 2500 courses created and used.
Our Extensions module has had over 200,000 requests!
I'm sure you'll understand, but of course that's where the community comes in, and the open nature of the module will mean that anyone is free to modify the code to suit them and contribute it back (or not! On the surface it works well, but under the skin there is a lot of work to do to port it following the full Moodle standards, with a view to having the code extensively used out in the community (particularly the Higher Ed sector).
Now, to whet your appetite, what we have now is as follows.
To resolve this, we're planning that starting in the next couple of weeks and continuing into the new year we will port our existing Extensions module to Moodle 2.4 and, once it's close to stable, release it to the community.
It should be said that the Extensions module was intentionally specced and written to suit Uni SA, and what our Academics were asking for.