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*This allows a user to rate items in a course, depending upon the permission to rate items in particular activities and rating being enabled
 
*This allows a user to rate items in a course, depending upon the permission to rate items in particular activities and rating being enabled
 
*This capability is allowed for the default roles of manager, teacher, non-editing teacher, student and authenticated user
 
*This capability is allowed for the default roles of manager, teacher, non-editing teacher, student and authenticated user
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Advantages of having moodle/rating:rate AND rating capabilities for particular activities:
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* The general rating caps are all on by default, so only the forum/database/glossary ones need to be toggled.
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* You can turn off forum rating at the course level, independent from the database or glossary.
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* You can switch all ratings on/off at the course level (without editing every single activity).
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* All ratings across a course can be combined in a ratings report or activity report.
  
 
[[Category:Capabilities|Rate]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:22, 5 February 2014

  • This allows a user to rate items in a course, depending upon the permission to rate items in particular activities and rating being enabled
  • This capability is allowed for the default roles of manager, teacher, non-editing teacher, student and authenticated user

Advantages of having moodle/rating:rate AND rating capabilities for particular activities:

  • The general rating caps are all on by default, so only the forum/database/glossary ones need to be toggled.
  • You can turn off forum rating at the course level, independent from the database or glossary.
  • You can switch all ratings on/off at the course level (without editing every single activity).
  • All ratings across a course can be combined in a ratings report or activity report.