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View Progress in Student Orientation to Online Learning Course

Introduction:

Students who are unable to access their lessons may not have earned 100% on their assessments within the Orientation to Online Learning course. This introductory course is a yearly requirement that must be completed prior to accessing course(s). This article describes how to view grades to determine what actions are needed to start your course.
Note: Instructors are unable to view the Orientation to Online Learning course details.

Details:

  1. First, attempt to access your course. If you receive the following message, the Student Online Orientation to Online Learning Course has not been completed or has not been completed with a score of 100%.
    An example of the American Literature course homepage displaying the Student Orientation to Online Learning Not Completed message. An arrow points to this message and is surrounded by a red box to highlight the entire message.
  2. Next, access the Student Orientation to Online Learning course by tapping the “Select a course” or waffle icon and then select the Student Orientation to Online Learning option.
    An arrow points from the waffle icon in the top banner to the Student Orientation to Online Learning option.
  3. Now, tap Grades from the navbar to locate the unfinished assessment(s). The example below shows a quiz that has a score of 4.25 out of 5. This quiz must be retaken until a score of 100% is achieved.
    The Student Orientation to Online Learning Grades page is shown with an arrow pointing to the Grades option. Below is the Grade Items and boxed is an quiz that shows a 4.5 out of 5 score.
  4. Finally, retake the quiz by tapping Lessons and then selecting the linked quiz from above.
    The Lessons page shows arrows pointing to the Lessons option in the navbar and to the Quiz from the step above.

Last updated on September 9, 2020

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