- What can a viewer, commenter, editor, manager, or admin do with Coursetune in Moodle?
Before we introduced customization of levels, Level 4 was called the "Course Level", and Level-4 Objects were called "Courses". You may still hear people refer to this level using the old language.
After Coursetune has been successfully integrated with your Moodle account (installing the Course Graph Tool and Coursetune Plugin), you can find do several things, including
- View and edit your Coursetune level-4 object (course) inside Moodle through the Coursetune Graph Tool
- Insert learning elements from Coursetune into any place where the TinyMC editor appears in Moodle. Use the Coursetune button on the editor to browse and select the learning elements from your Coursetune design wherever you would like.
Additionally, Coursetune outcome sets and level-4 objects may be imported into the Competency Frameworks in Moodle. This is done through file export/import instead of an integration.
You might want to read this article: How are the roles defined on a level 4, level 3 or level 2 team?
Here is a detailed list of what you can do according to your permissions.
Viewer permissions - If you have view access to one or more level-4 objects in Coursetune, you will be able to search those level-4 objects for the correct one to link to your Moodle course. You will be able to view both sides of the level-4 object—the C-layer and Bundle layer. You will have view access to the right-side panel where you can turn on and off mappings, activities and assessments, and run level 4 reports.
Commenter permissions - If you have commenter access to one or more level-4 objects in Coursetune, you will be able to do all of the above, plus read and leave comments in the tuning feature, access the to-do list in the right-side panel, and collaborate or participate in discussions with others who also have commenter access to the same level-4 object
Editor permissions - If you have editor access to one or more level-4 objects in Coursetune, you will be able to do all of the above plus make any edit to the level-4 object and add those edits directly into your Moodle course fields.
Manager permissions - If you have manager access to one or more level-4 objects in Coursetune, you will be able to access the permissions panel and provide the team with the correct access on the level-4 object. You will also be able to change the status of a discussion in the tuning feature to facilitate continuous improvement.
Administrator permissions - If you are a Coursetune admin, you will be able to do all of the above plus access your admin menu when you click on your name or avatar in the upper right corner.
You may want to read these articles:
- How do I add the Coursetune Graph Tool to my Moodle course?
- What learning elements can be extracted from Coursetune and Inserted into Moodle?