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How do I review course activities?

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On July 25, 2019, we introduced a new Buzz Activity Player. In order to ease transition, we are allowing users to continue using the previous tool until June of 2020.

This article includes content around how to use both tools in two sections: Old Activity Player and New Activity Player.

Old Activity Player

Review all activities in a course using the Activities tool.

Open the Activities tool for the course you want.

  1. The To-do List on the far left lists activities that are due in the next seven days.
  2. Below the To-do List is the course tree; click the folders to see the activities held in each. Click an activity to see to review its details and view the student’s submission.

Tips

  • From the Home page, you can access the Activities tool for a specific course by clicking that Course Card.
  • In addition to the course folder structure, the Course Home includes a lot of useful information.

Accessibility notes

  • An inline help item appears on this screen that is not currently supported by screen readers. It appears when you attempt to retry an activity that has been locked and reads: Your teacher has assigned a score that you cannot change.
New Activity Player

Review all activities in a course using the Activities tool.

Open Activities where you can:

  1. See an overview of the course.
  2. Open activities and folders, complete activities, and return to the Course Home.
  3. Search for activities and folders by title.

Tips

  • From the Home page, you can access the Activities tool for a specific course by clicking that Course Card.
  • In addition to the course folder structure, the Course Home includes a lot of useful information.

Accessibility notes

  • An inline help item appears on this screen that is not currently supported by screen readers. It appears when you attempt to retry an activity that has been locked and reads: Your teacher has assigned a score that you cannot change.
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