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The following table explains each role and its purpose.

LeaderLeader can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. This role is identical to the Course Administrator/Tutor roles, but with an alternative name.

Course Administrator

Course Administrators can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. This role is identical to the tutor role, but with an alternative name. Used for non-academic staff who require edit access.

Tutor

Tutors can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. This role is identical to the Course Administrator role, but with an alternative name. Used for academic staff who require edit access.

Non-editing Tutor

Non-editing tutors can teach in courses and grade students, but may not edit content or alter activities. It is used for academic staff, external examiners and Teaching Assistants who can grade student work but DO NOT require edit access.

Student

Students can view course content, participate in activities, submit coursework and view their own grades. This role is identical to the Participant role, but with an alternative name. It is used for students currently enrolled in a course.

Participant

Participants can view course content, participate in activities, submit coursework and view their own grades. This role is identical to the student role, but with an alternative name. It is used for voluntary membership clubs, networks, non-academic Moodle courses and for adding past students to academic Moodle courses.

UCL Support Staff

UCL Support Staff have read-only access and are NOT able to grade student work or see hidden activities and sections. It is used for Subject Librarians, Faculty Information Support Officers, Personal Tutors, Teaching Assistants and External Examiners who do not need to grade student work.

Guest

Guests have minimal privileges, including not being able to see participants lists or user profiles. They have read-only access and cannot participate in any activities. Guests do not need to log in to UCL Moodle to access courses that have been made available to guests, either with an enrolment key (password) or without one.

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