In Ans, you can invite colleagues to your course. This allows you to reduce your administrative workload and increase collaboration. You can even invite colleagues from outside your school. In instances where the institution allows you to do so, you can invite students and assign them as a staff member. This is mainly used for student/teaching assistants. In these cases, students will be granted staff authorisation for your course only.
Within a course the following roles are available:
If you create a course yourself, you automatically become an instructor within that course. An instructor has all rights within a course. As an instructor, you can invite colleagues to your course and allocate reviewers 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.