Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Blended Site?
A blended site consists of multiple sections (rosters) merged into
one course site in D2L.
One course to manage content.
May be difficult to manage
pedagogically. Can be more difficult to communicate with a larger
group of students.
Where do I find the Registration Code?
Your registration code is listed on your course roster in Online
Services. It is the number in parenthesis after your course section
Why wouldn't I receive my course site within 7 business days?
- Not assigned to the section in Colleague.
Do not submit this form until you have been assigned the course
section in Colleague.
- Contact your department chair if
you do not see the course roster in your Online Services
profile as it is likely you have not yet been assigned.
- Have your department chair
provide written authorization if you are to be provided
another instructor's roster.
- Incorrect information.
Most importantly provide the reg code/synonym and e-mail
address. By not providing correct and up-to-date information may
result in significant delays.
One Request Per Blended Course
Instructors should only submit one blend request per blended course site.
If an instructor wants to combine four separate sections into a blended course site, they would fill out the form as normal, taking care to include all the sections in the Blended Course Info text box.
if you need assistance with submitting this form.
OCC Faculty - D2L Blended Course Site Request
You will receive a confirmation e-mail to your OCC email address
when your requested course site is complete.
An asterisk (*) denotes required
Due to maintenance being performed on the D2L integration process, blend requests will not be processed until next week.
Updated: 7/24/15 at 7:23 am.
Courses from different semesters can NOT be blended together. If you want to use content from another semester, please use the
document for assistance.