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The first thing to understand is [[Groups]] vs. [[Groupings]].
 
The first thing to understand is [[Groups]] vs. [[Groupings]].
  
Groups allocates participants to any combination of sets, e.g., different class groups.
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'''Groups''' simply allocates participants to any combination of groups, e.g., different class groups.
  
Groups can then be allocated to Groupings (sets of groups) in order to allocate different resources/activities.
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These groups can then be allocated to various '''Groupings''' (sets of groups) in order to allocate different resources/activities.
  
In the Advanced section of Resources and Activities you can make it accessible to some Groupings and not others.
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You cannot having Groupings without first creating Groups.
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In the '''Advanced''' section of Resources and Activities you can make it accessible to some Groupings and not others.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 02:40, 4 February 2009

The first thing to understand is Groups vs. Groupings.

Groups simply allocates participants to any combination of groups, e.g., different class groups.

These groups can then be allocated to various Groupings (sets of groups) in order to allocate different resources/activities.

You cannot having Groupings without first creating Groups.

In the Advanced section of Resources and Activities you can make it accessible to some Groupings and not others.

See also