Providing Feedback on Questions[UPDATED]The way that Maple T.A. currently maps Assignments to content objects in MyUni is somewhat limiting. In particular, the end-date of an Assignment is mapped to the final availability date within MyUni. So in the situation where an assignment is available up to a given time, with feedback restricted until after a test is closed (as set in the "Set Policies" section of the Assignment Editor in Maple T.A.), the assignment is no longer visible to students.
There is, however, a straightforward mechanism for allowing students to view their graded assignments. Activate the "TOOLS" section of your MyUni course, and ensure that the "Maple T.A. Tools" item is marked as visible. Students then have access to the graded/commented versions of their assignments via the "Tools" section of the course: they first select the relevant assignment, and then click "Show all Questions".
Setting graph-based questions in SafariThere is a problem setting graph-based questions in Safari (Mac OS X's default browser, supported by Maple T.A.). The text area corresponding to the question text inserts spurious line break characters when submitting its data: this can cause the
<script> ... </script>content to break across more than one line, which is not allowed. The outcome of this is that the graph you are attempting to display will be absent. One workaround is to never edit such questions in Safari, but to instead use Firefox; alternatively, such questions may be uploaded using LaTeX.