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  1. Add a Video Note in a Discussion Post Using Insert Stuff

    You can add a video note within your discussion posts to add interest and depth. Use Insert Stuff to Add a Video to Your Discussion Post Show Video Walkthrough In your post, click on the  Insert Stuff icon. Click on Add Video ...
  2. Ordering Transcripts

    Transcripts From LSC Order transcripts online .  See Transfer and Transcripts and Help with Transcripts . Transcripts to LSC From Other Schools See Transfer to LSC . ...
  3. Use Pulse

    Signing into D2L Pulse Tap on “ Pick Your School .” Search for and choose “ LSCS .”   Sign in using your Lone Star College username and password.  Interface Overview    The  Calendar t...
  4. Orientación Estudiantil para Cursos en Línea

  5. Student Orientation for Online Courses

  6. Exempt Grades

    A professor may choose to mark a grade as exempt rather than assign a zero or a grade. An exempt grade will not be counted in your final grade. If your professor has marked a grade item as "Exempt," you will see the following on your Grad...
  7. Group Work in a Course

    An instructor may set up a group project. You should have links in Content to the Group Assignment, and Group Discussion. But the other pieces are found in the Group in Collaboration. Here are the possible group components. In the class go to Col...
  8. The Difference Between D2L Email and myLoneStar Email

    As a Lone Star College Student you have 2 Lone Star College email accounts  D2L email and myLonestar email. There is a difference between D2L email and MyLonestar email. D2L email can only be accessed within the D2L learning management system....
  9. Proctoring and Privacy

    Students who are asked to use their webcams for exam proctoring, such as Respondus Monitor or SmarterProctoring, often have concerns about how their privacy is protected during those webcam sessions. Respondus and SmarterProctoring have both provide...
  10. Download Knowmia Videos

    Your professor may have set up the Knowmia videos in your course to allow you to download them. If you download the videos, then you will be able to watch them at a later date even if you do not have an internet connection. If your professor has set...