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* No groups - there are no sub groups, everyone is part of one big community
 
* No groups - there are no sub groups, everyone is part of one big community
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* Separate groups - each group can only see their own group, others are invisible
 
* Separate groups - each group can only see their own group, others are invisible
* Visible groups - each group works in their own group, but can also see other groups
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* Visible groups - each group works in their own group, but can  
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also see other groups
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The group mode can be defined at two levels:
 
The group mode can be defined at two levels:
  
# Course level. The group mode defined at the course level is the default mode for all activities defined within that course
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* Course level - the group mode defined at the course level is the default mode for all activities defined within that course
# Activity level. Each activity that supports groups can also define its own grouping mode. If the course is set to "force group mode" then the setting for each activity is ignored.
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* Activity level - each activity that supports groups can also define its own grouping mode. If the course is set to "force group mode" then the setting for each activity is ignored.

Revision as of 17:50, 14 August 2005

The group mode can be one of three levels:

  • No groups - there are no sub groups, everyone is part of one big community
  • Separate groups - each group can only see their own group, others are invisible
  • Visible groups - each group works in their own group, but can

also see other groups


The group mode can be defined at two levels:

  • Course level - the group mode defined at the course level is the default mode for all activities defined within that course
  • Activity level - each activity that supports groups can also define its own grouping mode. If the course is set to "force group mode" then the setting for each activity is ignored.