Authenticated user role

Authenticated user role

Authenticated user role When a user logs in, they are automatically assigned the role of authenticated user. A user will have additional roles as well as the authenticated user role according to where they are in Moodle, such as student … Continued
Guest role

Guest role

Guest role The guest account Moodle has a built-in “Guest account”. Visitors can log in as guests using the “Login as a guest” button on the login screen and enter any courses which allow guest access. In addition, logged-in users … Continued
Student role

Student role

Student role A user with the Student role in Moodle can participate in course activities and view resources but not alter them or see the class gradebook. They can see their own grades if the teacher has allowed this. When a student … Continued
Non-editing teacher role

Non-editing teacher role

Non-editing teacher role A non-editing teacher is able within a course to view and grade students’ work, but may not alter or delete any of the activities or resources. This role might typically be given to a classroom assistant for … Continued
Teacher role

Teacher role

Teacher role Teachers can do almost anything within a course, including adding or changing the activities and grading students. By default, teachers can also assign a Non-editing teacher role and a Student role to other users. (To allow teachers to enrol other teachers, see Assign … Continued
Course creator role

Course creator role

Course creator role The course creator role A user assigned the role of course creator can (as the name suggests!) create a course. If the setting “Creators’ role in new courses” is left as default (teacher), then the course creator … Continued
Manager role

Manager role

Manager role Manager role abilities The default Manager role enables users assigned the role to access courses and modify them, as well as perform certain administrative level tasks related to courses, users, grade settings, etc. Unlike the administrator role, the … Continued
Site administrators

Site administrators

Site administrators Site administrators have permissions to do anything. Users may be assigned the role of site administrator by another site administrator in Administration > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Site administrators, but the role itself cannot be edited … Continued