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5/10/21, 8 : 51 PM Review Test Submission: Course Orientation Quiz – GLG ... Page 2 of 8 Question 2 Selected Answers: A. Where do you go to ! nd out how to contact your instructor? Choose all that apply. Syllabus Question 3 Selected Answer: A. You just ! nished taking this quiz and you want to see your score. Where do you go to ! nd your grades? Choose the ONE correct answer below. My Grades Question 4 Selected Answers: C. You've been having di " culty getting Blackboard to display correctly on your browser. You know you need to contact the Blackboard Helpdesk. Where do you go to ! nd their contact information? Choose all that apply. Resources & Help link in the left-hand navigation Question 5 Selected Answer: True You've been posting on the Discussion Board and you want to see who has been responding to each posting. In order to do this more easily, you go to Tree View (rather than the default List View) and click on the little plus signs next to each post, to see who has responded (and in what order) to whom. Is it true or false that Tree View is the correct view to more easily see the relationships between posts and replies? Question 6 Review the following scenarios. Then match each scenario with the correct 0.25 out of 0.25 points 0.25 out of 0.25 points 0 out of 0.25 points 0.25 out of 0.25 points 0.5 out of 0.5 points
5/10/21, 8 : 51 PM Review Test Submission: Course Orientation Quiz – GLG ... Page 3 of 8 Question Selected Match B. C. A. D. answer. You are working on your post, typing your thoughts in the Discussion Board text box, when the phone rings. You don’t want to lose your work, so you quickly click SAVE before you go to answer the phone. After your phone call, you want to ! nish your post. What do you do? You click on the Subject line of your post to view your drafted post. Then you click MODIFY to continue working on your post. When you’re done, you click SUBMIT . You’ve just ! nished typing your post in the Discussion Board, and you click SUBMIT . Then you realize you have a number of misspelled words in your post! What do you do? You cannot modify a post once it has been submitted to this course’s Discussion Board. An instructor can choose to allow students to modify their own posts.

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