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I would like to know that too!
The course or dashboard never says how to turn in the assignments.
I am sure it will when its time for it!:)
Are you talking about MIT 6.00 (OCW) or MITx 6.00x (EdX)? The OCW material doesn't have assignments to turn in, it's completely self-study. If you're talking about the EdX class, make sure you've signed up over there and enrolled in the class.
I have some expeieance, could you please tell me what platform you are dealing with?
Cenazoic and Microbot are both correct. One thing I have to add is that on edx for the assignments, that are not done completely on the web page. They will be submitted (uploaded) likely via a link on the assignment page and likely to an 'auto-grader'.
Sorry, I should not have butted in!
Just saw this post after asking the same question. I'm still not clear about the EdX requirement.
TestTakingLifeSaver, no need to be sorry, we are all here to help each other out. Contiue to learn and contribute and hope your contributions help somone out. that is all that we can all do.
inicoud, On Edx, as long as you are signed up for the course. The main corse materials will be under 'Courseware'. Once an assignment gets posted that needs to be turned in there will also be information on that assignment page as to how to turn in that particular assignment. Most likely a way to choose and upload your .py file
Aren't the assignments already posted? I see a list of 12 assignments. I received an email that stated that there was no homework due this first week. Just to install and get familiar with Python. And what is recitation about? I don't see anywhere to sign up for that and I thought we did that on Fridays???
It is making me crazy too..... I need to submit assignment. How?