Assignments on D2L

Navigating Assignments on D2L

Quick Start Guide:

Students use the Assignment tool to upload and submit assignments to assignments in D2L Brightspace to provide their work to their instructor.

  1.  From the course navigation bar, click Assessment and then click Assignments.
  2. You will then see a list of your assignments for the course.
    • Underneath the assignment title, there may be date restrictions – open or close dates and times show the availability for that assignment.
  3. The assignment page also shows the following information:
    • Completion Status – Displays your attempts on an assignment as well as any files you have submitted with that attempt. Click here to view the materials you submitted as a part of that assignment attempt.
    • Score – The score you earned on your assignment.
    • Evaluation Status – Feedback from your instructor on your assignment attempt.
    • Due Date – A due date is the deadline of an assignment in your course. This date is specific to the assignment only. After the due date has past, you may be able to submit an assignment, but it will always be marked as late.

You cannot access an assignment before the open date or after the close date.

 

 

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Navigating Assignments

Submitting Assignments on D2L

Quick Start Guide:

  1. From the course navigation bar, click Assessment and then click From there, select the assignment you want to submit. The Submit Assignment page will show you any instructions or rubrics for your review.
  2. The next steps will vary, depending on the type of assignment:
    1. Text Submission Assignments
      1. Type your response in the text box that appears on the screen. Click Submit on the bottom of the page to turn in your response, once you have finished.
      2. On the Review Assignment Submission page, you will receive confirmation on your assignment submission. You can then click Done. You will also receive email confirmation that you have submitted the assignment.
    2. File Submission Assignments
      1. Please see the complete user guide for all the details on submitting files in D2L!
    3. On Paper or Observed in Person Assignments
      1. These types of assignments are completed on paper or in person, and require no upload on D2L

You cannot access an assignment before the open date or after the close date.

For additional assistance, please see the Complete User Guide:

Video Tutorial:

Submitting Assignments on D2L

Viewing Assignment Feedback on D2L

For additional assistance, please see the Complete User Guide:

Quick Start Guide:

  1. From the course navigation bar, click Assessment and then click Assignments.
  2. Once you have located your desired assignment, click Unread in the Evaluation Status column.
  3. From the View Feedback page, you can view your teacher’s feedback, which may include a score, text feedback, rubric assessment, attachments, and/or inline feedback.
    1. If your instructor added an annotated feedback file to the assignment, click View Inline Feedback. The annotation feedback file opens in a new tab, displaying annotated feedback on a PDF file that may include highlighting, free hand drawing or shapes, text comments, and pop-up notes. To download the annotated assignment as a PDF, click Download.
    2. If there are any feedback files, click Download All Files to download feedback attachments.
  4. When you are finished viewing the annotated feedback, navigate back to the View Feedback page and click Done.

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Assignment Feedback

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