[LON-CAPA-users] discrepancies between submission record and activity log!?

Mills, Douglas G dmills at illinois.edu
Wed Dec 3 14:00:36 EST 2014

Hi All,

I'm embarrassed and relieved to find that indeed the problems I was
looking at are in the course twice -- I was looking at the version that
was hidden (that's not obvious if you select them from the course
assessment progress chart menu). I hadn't found the other instance of them
because the problem names are all along the line of
8_01_octetrulesatisfy.problem through 8_09_resonance.problem, so naturally
I was looking in the homework 8 folder.  Apparently the course was
reorganized at some point so that these problems are now part of
Homework7...  The activity reports and submissions are in agreement when I
look at submissions for the correct instance of the problems...  Sorry for
the panic and glad to report all is working as it should.


Douglas Mills
Director of Instructional Technologies
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois
dmills at illinois.edu
(217) 244-5739

On 12/3/14, 3:29 AM, "Peter Dencker" <dencker at math.uni-luebeck.de> wrote:

>Hello Doug, hello All.
>I observed the same problem in at least two situations. (The students
>worked on an iPhone or an iPad, respectively. All problems are shown as
>correctly solved on these devices but the submissions are not graded. Of
>course the use of these devices and the occurrence of the problem can be
> purely coincidental.)
>How can I "check the activity log"?  I only know the method to "View the
>course assessment progress chart" and another way would really help me
>to investigate the matter.
>On 12/02/2014 11:22 PM, Mills, Douglas G wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> A student reported not getting credit for work doneŠ I check the
>>submissions record and it says no attempts, 0/99 tries. I check the
>>activity log, however, and on that specific problem it's showing 6
>>tries.  And the same for several other problems in that homework series.
>> It occurred to me that perhaps the problem is in the course twice
>>somehow and I actually do see some evidence of that with some other
>>problems, but not seeing it with this one. Would that be the only
>>possible explanation?  Has anyone seen something like this? Thanks,
>> Doug
>> Douglas Mills
>> Director of Instructional Technologies
>> Department of Chemistry
>> University of Illinois
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