error_outline Your ability to perform these actions can depend on the privilege settings of your school.
Roles in a course define the privileges of each course member. It determines what they are able to view and edit within that particular course. Users are able to have different roles for different courses. An example: A teacher can be an instructor in one course and a reviewer in another.
Within a course the following roles are available:
If you create a course yourself, you automatically become an instructor for that course. An instructor has all rights within a course. As an instructor, you can invite colleagues to your course, adjust roles and allocate members to specific questions or groups. The admin of your school can access all courses, but will not be listed as an instructor.
As an invigilator, you have the option to monitor the taking-session of a test. As an invigilator you can visit the results page, plan a test and add students to the course and to assignments. Attachments included in assignments are also visible to invigilators.
As a reviewer, you can review the exercises of students you have been assigned to. Read more about assigning reviewers here.
Learners can participate in assignments that are linked to the course. A learner will only see the courses and assignments that are allocated to them. A learner is able to participate in a test once a timeslot has been allocated.