Enabling students to edit a glossary


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Enabling students to edit a glossary

When we set up our glossary, we wanted to allow students to be able to comment on the entries. And that is available to them inside of every entry. However, if we want to allow them to edit the terms and the Definitions inside of the Glossary, we need to do a little bit more set up though in order to make that happen. To do this, simply enter into the Glossary and go up to the upper right hand corner and click the Update this Glossary button. You are taken back to the Settings page for the Glossary. But there is another tab up here at the top that says Locally assigned roles. Go ahead and click on Locally assigned roles and now we can go in and adjust the permissions that are set up on the Glossary on a student by student basis.

To do this, simply click on the Non- editing teacher and we'll go ahead and we'll promote each of the different students from the role of student to Non-editing teacher. To do this, click on the first student in the list, hold down the Shift key on your k...

Enabling students to edit a glossary
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Enabling students to edit a glossary provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Chris Mattia as part of the Moodle 1.9 Essential Training for Teachers

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Education + Elearning
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Moodle
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