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When Moodle is [[Installing_Moodle|installed]], a number of Standard [[Roles|roles]] are created automatically:
*[[Site administrators|Site administrator]] - can "do everything" on the site
*[[Manager role|Manager]] - a lesser administrator role
*[[Course creator role|Course creator]] - can create courses
*[[Teacher role|Teacher]] - can manage and add content to courses
*[[Non-editing teacher role|Non-editing teacher]] can grade in courses but not edit them
*[[Student role|Student]] - can access and participate in courses
*[[Guest role|Guest]] - can view courses but not participate
*[[Authenticated user role|Authenticated user]] - the role all logged in users have
*Authenticated user on the front page role - a logged in user role for the front page only
* [[Guest role]]
[[Category:Site administration]]
* [[Authenticated user role]]
* [[Student role]]
* [[Teacher_role#Non-editing_teacher|Non-editing teacher role]]
* [[Teacher role]]
* [[Course creator role]]
* [[Administrator role]]
After installing Moodle, you can create new roles, and change the definition of existing roles, using the [[Manage_roles|roles administration interface]].
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[[Category: Roles]]

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