Thank you for providing the text of the error, Yolanda. There are a number of reasons students land on that error page in a course. Sometimes the instructor has inadvertently linked to a resource that exists in a course in which you're not enrolled, or perhaps it's because the instructor has linked to an unpublished page or other unpublished content item.
The members of the global Canvas Community are not able to troubleshoot issues in specific courses. Your best course of action would be to contact your instructor directly through the Canvas Inbox ( How do I send a message to a user in a course in Conversations as a student? ), or if that remedy is not available to you, to submit a help ticket to Canvas Support (How do I get help with Canvas as a student?) Some schools include Ask Your Instructor a Question as an option in the Help menu link of the global navigation bar, so that might be a quick way to get the assistance you need.
Hello, Yolanda Shaw and Welcome to the Canvas Community! You've posted to a place where Canvas users from around the world exchange their ideas about how to use the Canvas learning platform to engage learners. So that we can better assist you, we'll need more details. Are you clicking on a link somewhere in a course and getting an "Unauthorized" error? Or are you clicking on something here in the Community that leads to an Unauthorized page? If you'd describe the events that led to your post, we'll happily help you get back on track. Thanks!
It appears that you don't have permission to access this page. Please make sure you're authorized to view this content. If you think you should be able to view this page, please use the "Help" link to notify support of the problem.
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