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  • Course Administrators: are non-academic staff who require edit access.They can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. The permissions is identical to the tutor role, but with an alternative name.
  • Course Administrator (no email): are non-academic staff who require edit access, particularly ONLY at category level, without being inundated by emails. They can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. This role is identical to the course administrator (and tutor) roles, except that emails won't be sent from forums, assignments etc.
  • Tutors: (see above).
  • Leaders: are staff leading on a module or programme. They 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.
  • Question Sharers: are staff who can share quiz questions amongst courses in a department (category). To assign this role, go to the category and assign roles from the Settings menu. This will allows tutors and course administrators in a department to use their quiz questions within other courses and share them with colleagues.

Administrative roles:

  • Course Administrators: 
  • Authenticated users: are all users logged in to UCL Moodle.
  • Enrolment keyholdersEnrolment key-holders has no permissions and only exists for the purpose of assigning a named enrolment key holder in multi-tutor courses that students will be prompted to contact should they require the enrolment key (password) to access the course. This role may only be assigned to one user per course. If more than one user is assigned the first person in the list will be used. This role is usually assigned to the course administrator or academic responsible for communicating the enrolment key to students.
  • Personal Tutors: have a view of their personal tutees (students) MyFeedback reports. However, if they try to access assessments linked from the report, they will need tutor/course admin access to the course to be able to see the assessment details and feedback in context.
  • MyFeedback Departmental Administrator: enables departmental administrators to access students' assessment MyFeedback report for an entire faculty or department.

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  • QAA reviewers: can view any course and its content.

Support staff roles: These roles are mainly at category or site level.

  • UCL Support Staff: are Subject Librarians, Faculty Information Support Officers, Personal Tutors, Teaching Assistants and External Examiners who do not need to grade student work. They have read-only access and are NOT able to grade student work or see hidden activities and sections.
  • Service Desk Administrators: are members of the UCL ISD Service Desk team, who support UCL staff and students to use UCL Moodle. They can create courses and update user profile details (e.g. names).
  • Overviewing Over-viewing Advisors: are staff from the UCL Digital Education team, who have non-editing teaching permissions to all the courses in UCL Moodle.
  • Library Administrators: are Library staff who require edit access to courses in a particular department (category). They can do anything within a course, including enrolling students, editing content, adding activities and grading students. This role is identical to the Tutor and Course Administrator roles, but with an alternative name and only available at category level (faculty/department). 
  • Digital Education Admin: have site level access to all courses and can upload resources, but can't alter site settings.
  • Accessibility assistant: are student assistants working under the oversight of Digital Education to assist staff in making accessibility improvements to Moodle documents and content.

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