Assigning system roles in Moodle
When dealing with multiple users and administrators in Moodle 2.3, there arises the need to check what permissions are given to each user. While the last article dealt with Assigning system roles in Moodle, this tutorial will demonstrate how to view existing permissions of the users. For example, if a user is not able to access a certain area of Moodle, the Check system permissions section can give quick access to view the user permissions.
Permissions can be filtered to display only a specific type of permission. For example, the users can be filtered by whether they can Edit areas of the Moodle site. When typing in the word Edit in the filter box, the user permissions list will narrow down to only those with the word edit in them.
This concludes the article for Checking user permissions in Moodle. Now that the permissions are set up for the users, the users can now be added to the Courses. This is called Enrolling users in the course. Please check the next article on How to Enrol a student in a Moodle course. For more information about articles with a similar topic, 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|