Teachers can add another teacher or TA to your course to assist in editing, grading, or performing other duties. Teachers can also add someone as a guest, which grants limited access to a course to view content. NOTE: EC faculty cannot add students. Speak with the Registrar's office if a student is missing from your roster. Auditing students should be added through the Registrar's office. After considering the above, do the following:
Go to the participants section of your course.
Click enroll users. Search for the user by name.
Use the drop-down menu to click the correct role: (Teacher Non-Evaluated, TA, Guest, etc.)
Click enroll selected users and cohorts.
Removing a participant is quite simple. In order to do so, complete the following steps:
Understand that the group function will allow you to set up groups and/or group assignments in your class. After considering the aforementioned, do the following:
Understand that it is possible to grant extensions on specific assignments and to overall course access. After considering the kind of extension you need, do the following:
Granting Extensions on Specific Assignments
To grant an extension on a specific assignment, activity, or quiz, you have to perform a user override. This is useful if a student was sick or if they have an accommodation that allows for extra time. To perform the override, do the following:
Granting Extensions to Course Access
Students are unable to access their Moodle courses after the semester ends. You will first need to extend activity access, and then contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request that a student has access to their course. Be sure to include the name of the course, their name, and the last day they will need access.
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