Defining Roles in Moodle
In the previous tutorial, we learned about Defining Roles in Moodle. Once roles are defined, the users can be set to those specific roles. In this tutorial, we will learn how to assign system roles in Moodle 2.3. System roles are permissions to specific uses that are accessible throughout the entire Moodle Site.
Important! Keep in mind that Editing must be turned on in the Settings section in order to edit any of these options.
Note! Moodle will give the following warning: "WARNING! Any roles you assign from this page will apply to the assigned users throughout the entire system, including the front page and all the courses." Keep in mind User permissions will be added to a user, allowing the permission on the whole site.
This concludes the article for Assigning system roles in Moodle. To see how user permissions can easilyt be checked, please see Checking user permissions in Moodle. For more information on user accounts and permissions. please visit User Accounts and Permissions in Moodle
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|1.||Adding new users to the Moodle User Accounts|
|2.||Editing User profile fields in Moodle|
|3.||Running bulk user actions in Moodle|
|4.||Browsing and filtering users in the Moodle Site Administration|
|5.||Creating Cohorts in the Moodle site administration|
|6.||Exporting or Downloading users in Moodle|
|7.||Importing or Uploading users in Moodle|
|8.||Removing the Guest login button from the Moodle login page|
User Roles and Permissions
|9.||Configuring the User Permission policies in Moodle|
|10.||Modifying Site Administrators in the User permissions section of Moodle|
|11.||Defining Roles in Moodle|
|12.||Assigning system roles in Moodle|
|13.||Checking user permissions in Moodle|
|14.||How to Enrol a student in a Moodle course|
|15.||Allowing Guest access without logging into Moodle|