Add Users to Your Course
This article covers how to add users to your course. Note that your students will automatically be enrolled in your course based on their registration status at UP. However, in some cases, it will be necessary to enroll someone manually, for instance, someone who is auditing the course or is acting as a teaching assistant or co-teacher.
Navigate to the course you want to add a user to. From the Navigation menu, click Participants.
Note: If you don’t see the Participants option try clicking the Settings icon to make sure the Navigation menu is expanded.
From the Participants screen, click the Enroll users button
From the Enroll users selection box, follow these steps:
- In the Select users field, type the name of the person you want to add and click on their name when it appears in the dropdown search list
- A label with the person’s name and email address will appear above the search field
- You can repeat steps 1-2 to select more users to add
- From the Assign role dropdown list, choose the role you would like to assign to the user(s)
- click Enroll selected users and cohorts to finish enrolling users.
What Roles Are Available?
- Teacher: Another faculty member with full editing and grading privileges.
- Non-editing Teacher: Non-editing teachers can teach in courses and grade students, but may not alter activities.
- Tutor: A role made for class tutors. This is a non-editing teacher role that does not have the ability to see grades but can see all assignment submissions and quizzes.
- Teacher Assistant: TAs have almost all privileges that Teachers have aside from some critical ones. They can grade classwork and quizzes or add/edit assignments and activities.
- Auditing Student: Same permissions as a student but does not show up in the gradebook.
- Course Importer: A Non-editing role that allows this user to import content from someone else’s course.
- Read-only Student: A read-only student role. Same privileges as regular students, but can’t interact with any activities or see their gradebook.
- Non-editing Grader: Non-editing teachers role that can add grades to the gradebook.
- Alternate Student: Same exact privileges as students. This role is for special students who need overridden permissions for specific content in courses. For example: A student who has paid additional money for a course so that they are able to access more content than a regular student