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Moodle 2.5 Roles and Permissions

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Rossana Mandich

on 20 July 2014

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Transcript of Moodle 2.5 Roles and Permissions

M4TEVO 2014

Authenticated user
This is the role
logged in users have.

A user will have
additional roles
according to
they are in Moodle (e.g. student in a course).
Visitors can log in as guests using the "Login as a guest" button on the login screen and enter any courses which allow guest access.
What courses a student can see
When a student first joins Moodle they see all available courses.
Once they have enrolled or been enrolled into at least one course they then
only see their own courses
in the My Courses section
Student's navigation
A student's view and navigation in Moodle will be different from the course teacher's.
in course activities and
resources but
not alter
them or see the class gradebook
Non-editing teacher
A non-editing teacher is able within a course to
view and grade
students' work but may
not alter or delete
any of the activities or resources.
Teachers can do
anything within a course
, including changing the activities and grading students.
Course Creator
create a course
. If the setting "Creators' role in new courses" is left as default (teacher), then the course creator is enrolled as a teacher in the course they have just created.

Site administrators have permissions to do

Users may be assigned the role of site administrator by another site administrator
Unlike the administrator role, the Manager role is a 'real role', whose capabilities you can edit, but is
similar to Administrator
(but much safer to use) due to its broad default powers.
Admins should
use a manager role

Good role for
Head teachers
, etc.
Good role for assistants,
or visiting professors
Don't forget to
change your role to "student"
if you actually want to check what your students will see!
Guests have

The authenticated user on the front page role - a logged in user role for the
front page only

Assigning roles

Further info...
(not mine!)
And here's Nellie
with a tutorial on
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