- What are the two kinds of check marks in the Access panel?
- How do I see who is on my team?
Who can see the Access Panel? Commenters, editors and managers, and admins
Access is one of four modes used in Coursetune. Using the Access Panel, you can view who is on the team for the Institution/organization (Level 1), a division (level-2 folder), a program (level-3 folder), or a course (level-4 object).
The Access panel contains the following info:
- the name of the team
- the team members
- Role of each team member
- Whether the rights for the team member are inherited from a higher level
- Whether the rights allow the team member to do mapping to outcome sets
Managers in the team can do these things in the access panel:
- grant access to new team members
- change the roles of team members
What do the check marks tell you?
The first column of check marks is to let you know if rights are being inherited at this level.
- No check mark = the user has been assigned rights at this level
- Solid check mark = the user is inheriting rights from a level above this
- Outlined check mark = the user is an admin, but is also assigned an actual role on a level above this one
The second column of check marks is to let you know whether the user can map to outcome sets at this level (does the user have mapping rights?).
- No check mark = the user cannot map to outcome sets in this assigned role
- Solid check mark = the user can map to outcome sets in this assigned role
Special Role Designations for Proxy courses (Level-4 Objects)
On the team for a proxy courses (level-4 objects), you might see the roles: editor-pr and/or manager-pr. On proxy courses, editors and managers have reduced roles. A manager or editor in a source course maintains the same role definitions as a regular courses. Thus, "editor-pr" indicates that this person is an editor, but in a reduced capacity because the course is a proxy course.