Currently the system is set at a 1:00 maximum feedback recording time. If you are hoping to provide lengthier audio feedback, you can record audio in an outside program and then attach the audio file as feedback. Instructions for adding … Read More
Yes! The View button for Submission folder feedback does not change after the folder closes (ends). The View button takes students to a screen to see the rubric, grade, and attached feedback files (or whatever was associated with the folder … Read More
If a student is unenrolled and then re-enrolled in a D2L course, their work will reappear when they are added back (their data is stored and retained).
In some cases, instructors will be teaching a combined section class that is comprised of grad students and undergrad students. Usually with courses like this, instructors will have assignments that are the same for both sections but the evaluation is … Read More
Instructors can use Turnitin outside of D2L Submission folders by creating a standalone account. The instructions for created a standalone account are housed in the W:// drive: W\software\Faculty-Staff\web\turnitin.
Here are the steps you’ll need to take to restore an archived rubric in D2L: Go to the Rubrics tool, i.e., click Edit Course in the navigation bar, then click Rubrics. Click the Show Search Options link, which appears above … Read More
Sometimes students complete an assignment but don’t submit it to a Submission folder. D2L will let you enter feedback through a Submission folder even if students haven’t submitted a file. Navigate to Submissions. Locate the Submission folder in the list, … Read More
If a grade item in D2L has been associated with a Submission folder, you won’t be able to delete it until you have removed the association within the Submission folder. At times, the association remains after the Submission folder has … Read More