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D2L Tutorial #2 - Dropbox This tutorial will walk you through the basic steps for submitting an assignment to the D2L Dropbox. Note: When viewing this tutorial as a slide show, an audio recording is included. Be sure your computer’s volume is turned on in order to hear the tutorial’s narration.
On your D2L course homepage, look for the link labeled “Dropbox” and then click to open.
This is what your course’s Dropbox might look like. The instructor of your course will create Dropbox Folders where you will be assigned to drop or submit your assignment electronically.
To submit an assignment to the Dropbox, you will need to click on the name of the folder that the instructor has designated for your assignment.
Click on “Add a File” to locate your saved assignment file.
Click on “Upload” to find your previously saved assignment.
Find and click on your saved assignment and then click “Open” in order to upload the assignment.
Now you should see your assignment in the “Add a File” box. Next, click “Add” in order to move the file to the Dropbox folder you previously selected.
Next, you will be taken to the “Submit Files” page. This is your opportunity to confirm that you are submitting the correct document to the correct Dropbox folder. Be sure to click “Submit” at the bottom of the page. Forgetting this step will mean that your assignment has NOT been submitted to the Dropbox.
Finally, this screen will indicate that your file/document submission was successful. Consider this your “receipt” for proof that you submitted your document. If you have more files to upload into this folder, click “Upload More Files.” If you are finished, click “Done.”
After you have completed the process of submitting an assignment to the Dropbox, you will be taken back to the “Dropbox Folders” page. You’ll see how many submissions you have for each folder. Once the assignment is graded, you’ll see a grade for the assignment and a place to click to read your instructor’s feedback.
Want someone to help you submit an assignment to the Dropbox? Contact our friendly staff in the Academic Success Center for one-on-one/step-by-step assistance! Academic Success Center Building 6, Room 221 Tutor Lab (850) Elizabeth Gonzales, Tutor Lab Manager (850) Jennifer Page, ASC Coordinator (850)