To submit, student select the file in their Google Drive or One Drive, click Import, and then select Import File: It is additionally possible to submit from Google Drive and One Drive from the Create tab, using the Insert Content menu in the Rich Text Editor: Schoology strongly recommends that students use the Resources tab workflow to submit Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive content.
However, if they do submit via the Create tab, they can only successfully submit content by choosing Import Link in the Insert Content menu: If the instructor connected an assignment with the Google Drive Assignments App, students can submit on the web version using the workflow outlined here.
Student can submit Google Drive files through Resources and from the Google Drive Resource App.
For more detailed information on how to review and submit course assignments on the i OS application, see this article.
Ask your instructor if you have questions about how your course is organized.
Your instructor can also create group assignments and provide access to them in the same areas as regular assignments.
You shouldn't include any identifying information with your submission.
Don't add your name to files you upload or use your name in any text you add. You can see the due date, number of attempts allowed, the time limit if imposed, and possibly goals and a rubric for grading.
You can also see if the due date has passed and if any submissions are or will be late.
If set up by your instructor, you may see zeros for work you haven't submitted after the due date passes.