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The following system availability and statuses are listed here: Assignment Grader by D2L, Brightspace by D2L, EduDentity, Kaltura, Turnitin, Zoom
Discussion threads can be viewed in either the Reading View or Grid View. Reading View shows the full text post, which can cause a lot more scrolling for users. The Grid View will just list all the posts with the title of the thread, instead of the full post.
Your instructor may use Turnitin for checking originality of sources for assignments submitted in D2L.
The My Courses widget contains a list of pinned courses that work as shortcuts to frequently-viewed courses. The following instructions will pin and unpin courses to your Course Widget.
Oakland Community College Technology Appropriate Use Regulations standards.
A rubric is a scoring guide that helps instructors assess your work based on a range of criteria. A rubric describes your instructor's expectations for the work you submit.

Note: Not all instructors use rubrics for grading and feedback. Contact your instructor with questions about the rubrics that are used in your course.
Your instructor will use the Content tool to provide course materials and activities for your course. Content is an important area for accessing and viewing course materials. The types of course materials posted by your instructor may contain a variety of different types of file formats and also link to other areas within the course. The content area may include important items for you to access, such as: a Syllabus, Assignments, PowerPoint Lectures and links to videos or websites.
When joining a meeting users may encounter the Please wait for the host to start this meeting alert.
When attempting to join a meeting users may receive the Invalid meeting ID. (-1) error.
After changing or deleting the email address from the Notifications tool, you are no longer able to revert the change back to the System Email default, which is your OCC email address.
You may find individual grades along with feedback left by your instructor in the Grades tool.
Michigan Colleges Online (formerly known as the MCCVLC) allows students the opportunity to take classes that aren’t available at their own college for various reasons while still receiving support services at their convenient "home" college.

You may access the syllabi of those courses posted to the MCO for the 2019 Winter semester by clicking the Link located in the Files widget on this article.
Connecting to the Student Wireless Access.
To ensure that your D2L experience is as seamless as possible, we recommend that you keep your workstation up to date with a supported browser version. By using non-supported technology, you may experience technical difficulties.
This article provides information on customizing your browser's default font preferences.
Links to the vendor's accessibility statements and VPATs.
When asked by an instructor to take a quiz in D2L, knowing the process—as well as what you can and cannot do—is important. Most issues taking a quiz in D2L happen because of unreliable internet connections and a failure to save each question as answered.

When taking quizzes: 
•Make sure you have a reliable internet connection (best from a wired connection) 
•Save each question answer as you go
With D2L you can access online course materials and activities, as well as collaborate with your instructor and other students from your home, office or anywhere with an Internet connection. From your mobile device, stay current with assignment changes as D2L's Mobile Web provides instant access to campus news, announcements, events and deadlines the minute they are posted.
Information on where to find D2L technical support for students may be found on various OCC sites and web pages.
After you log into D2L, you'll find yourself on the D2L My Home page. Found at the top of D2L's My Home page is the Minibar. It contains the tools to help you navigate the D2L system or search for your D2L courses, as well as update your D2L profile, notifications and account settings.
You may or may not be able to see feedback on an assignment submission folder for common reasons:

•You need to submit a file to an Assignment Folder but have not done so.
•Your instructor has not left feedback on your assignment submission.
•Your instructor has yet to release the feedback on the assignment submission.
Your instructor may leave feedback on your Assignment Submissions in D2L. There may be reasons why you are not able to see feedback. Refer to the article, "Common Reasons for Not Seeing Feedback on Assignment Folders." After you have reviewed these reasons, here are steps to help you with viewing feedback on an Assignment Folder in D2L.
You may or may not be able to view or post to a discussion topic for some common reasons:

•Your instructor requires that you first start a new thread in the topic before you can read and reply to other threads by your classmates.
•The dates set for the discussion availability will limit you to when you can view the discussion and post.
•Your instructor locked a discussion forum or topic to prevent new posts from being created, thus making the conversation "read only."
You can download content in D2L for each of the content topics. There are two ways to download content in D2L. Topics may be downloaded as an individual file to use outside of D2L for purposes such as reviewing when studying. You are also able to download content at the module level, which includes all content topics in the module packaged as a .zip file.