We released Tabula 2019.5.3 on Wednesday 15 May 2019. This included some work to ensure notification emails arrive in the MyWarwick app.
We released Tabula 2019.5.2 on Wednesday 8th May 2019. This small release includes a bug fix to enable students to download their published exam timetable as a PDF.
We released Tabula 2019.5.1 on Friday 3rd May 2019. Elements of the Tabula design have changed to provide better colour contrast. This improvement was necessary to support the EU directive on accessibility.
We released Tabula 2019.4.3 on Wednesday 24th April 2019. In this release:
- you can choose whether submissions are held in the Turnitin repository per assignment
- you can choose to exclude bibliographies in plagiarism checks on assignments
- you can choose to exclude quoted phrases in plagiarism checks on assignments
- extension request notifications no longer include all of the details of the student's request
We released Tabula 2019.4.2 on Thursday 18th April 2019. This release includes some improvements to the auditability of moderated work, and improvements to the way extension requests work.
- In moderated marking workflows, submissions that were not selected to be moderated now show as "skipped" in the progress bar so that it's clear which submissions were seen by the moderator and which weren't. We've done our best to make this information available for past work, but unfortunately it wasn't possible for workflows where the moderator chooses which submissions to moderate, so these will show as all submissions being moderated. Going forward, this will show correctly for work going through moderation.
- Assignments that don't collect submissions will now be shown to students in the "Upcoming" section prior to feedback being published. Where these assignments allow extensions, this also allows students to submit extension requests for assignments that don't collect submissions.
- When a student has an extension request that's been approved or rejected, if a student submits another extension request this is treated as an additional extension request, rather than changing (and automatically unapproving) the existing one. This means there is a full history where multiple extensions are granted to a student on an assignment.