User Roles Within Moodle

Within Moodle, we have four roles that can be assigned to users. The roles are outlined below including an overview of what each role is and is not able to do within Moodle. By default, all instructors of record within academic courses are given the "teacher" role and all students within academic courses are given the "student" role.

Teacher Role

Users with the "teacher" role have full course access and are the course administrator. Users with this role are able to:

  • Edit course content, including hidden content
  • Grade student work

Non-editing Teacher Role

Users with the "non-editing teacher" role are able to:

  • See participants within the course
  • See students work
  • Grade student work

Users with the "non-editing teacher" role are unable to:

  • Edit course content

TLA Role

Users with the "TLA" role are able to:

  • See participants within the course
  • Edit course content, including hidden content

Users with the "TLA" role are unable to:

  • Grade student work
  • View grades within the course

Student Role

Users with the "student" role are able to:

  • View content within the course that the instructor has made visible
  • Submit their individual work
  • See their individual grades

Users with the "student" role are unable to:

  • View hidden content within the course
  • View grades of other users
  • Edit course content

Details

Article ID: 88604
Created
Mon 10/7/19 2:21 PM
Modified
Tue 10/8/19 1:53 PM
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