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A user assigned a course creator role has a level of Moodle privilages that can create courses, assign teachers and act as an editing teacher.  An administrator has all these privilages and more. A teacher has to be assigned to a course by either an administrator or a course creator.  A teacher might also be assigned to a non-editing teacher role.
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A user assigned the role of Course creator may create courses, be assigned the role of teacher for these courses (or not, if preferred) and view hidden courses. From Moodle 1.7 onwards, additional capabilities may be allowed by an administrator. The role of course creator could be assigned to a master teacher, department head or program coordinator.  
  
The course creator might be a master teacher, a department head or program coordinator.
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==Creating a course==
  
== See Also ==
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The "Add a new course" button can be found at the bottom of the page listing all courses.
*[[Create_your_own_course]] which gives an overview
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*[[Teacher_documentation]] which explains the details of features and options of a course's home page.  
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When a course creator creates a course, they are automatically assigned the role of teacher (or whatever role is set in ''Administration > Users > Permissions > [[User policies]]'') for the course. They may then assign additional teachers and/or assign other roles to selected users. They may also unassign themselves from the role of teacher, if preferred.
*[[:Category:Teacher| The index of teacher related pages]].
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Note: If a user is assigned the role of course creator in the course category context, the "Add a new course" button only appears when the course category contains at least one course.
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==Role assignment==
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A user may be assigned the role of course creator as a system role (via ''Administration > Users > Permissions > Assign system roles'') or in the course category context. It makes no sense to assign the role in the course context.
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==See also==
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*[[Assign roles]]
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*[[Assign teacher to course]]
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Using Moodle forum discussions:
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*[http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=76777 Course creators and deleting courses]
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*[http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=91004 Course Creator, how to use?]
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[[Category:Roles]]
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[[Category:Course]]
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[[fr:Créateur de cours]]
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[[ja:コース作成者]]
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[[de:Kursverwalter-Rolle]]
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[[es:Rol de creador de curso]]

Latest revision as of 18:25, 25 November 2014

A user assigned the role of Course creator may create courses, be assigned the role of teacher for these courses (or not, if preferred) and view hidden courses. From Moodle 1.7 onwards, additional capabilities may be allowed by an administrator. The role of course creator could be assigned to a master teacher, department head or program coordinator.

Creating a course

The "Add a new course" button can be found at the bottom of the page listing all courses.

When a course creator creates a course, they are automatically assigned the role of teacher (or whatever role is set in Administration > Users > Permissions > User policies) for the course. They may then assign additional teachers and/or assign other roles to selected users. They may also unassign themselves from the role of teacher, if preferred.

Note: If a user is assigned the role of course creator in the course category context, the "Add a new course" button only appears when the course category contains at least one course.

Role assignment

A user may be assigned the role of course creator as a system role (via Administration > Users > Permissions > Assign system roles) or in the course category context. It makes no sense to assign the role in the course context.

See also

Using Moodle forum discussions: