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How to use the Accommodations tool to provide a student extended time on Quizzes

The Accommodations tool provides the option to grant a student extended time for all existing and future quizzes in a course in D2L. Options using this method include: Additional time to complete quizzes and enabling right-click functions.

NOTE:  Using the Accommodations tool will apply the accommodation to all quizzes in the course for that student.  If you want to grant special access such as extended time, early or late access, or a different number of attempts on an individual quiz for one or more students, use the Special Access to Quizzes option.

To provide quiz accommodations for a student:

  1. Go to the classlist in your course in D2L.
  2. Select the down arrow to the right of the student's name.
  3. Select Edit Accommodations.
  4. Choose the accommodations settings appropriate for the student. For extended time, you can enter a multiplier or a set number of minutes.
  5. Click the Save button.
  6. Once a student has quiz accommodations assigned, you will see an accommodations icon icon next to the student's name in the Classlist.

To view a list of students with accommodations:

  1. Go to the Classlist in your course in D2L.
  2. Select "Show Search Options" to the right of the search box at the top to expand your search.
  3. Check the box for Users with Accommodations.
  4. Leave the search field empty and click on the the Search icon (magnifying glass).

The written tutorials and video simulations on the D2L Solutions site are developed and brought to you by the

Faculty Development and Innovation Center

phone 217-581-7051 :: email :: web 

Contact the FDIC for questions about the tutorials, to suggest topics for new tutorials, or to schedule a consultation appointment.  The FDIC staff can recommend integration solutions using D2L and other instructional technologies for your online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses.

For Help with D2L

Call 217-581-HELP (4357), email, or
contact the Instructional Support Specialist (ISS) for your department.

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