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Custom User Roles

If you are adding custom user roles within Moodle they should have appropiate capabilities attached to them. For example a Teacher should have different capabilities to Student.

 

Creating a custom user role

 

Creating custom user roles can only be done by the site administrator by navigating to Administration>Site Administration>Users>Permissions>Define Roles

 

 

1. To create a new role click 'Add a new role' beneath the Role Table. 

 

 

2. On this page you can use a role or archetype as a template for the role you are creating or upload a preset. Doing nothing here will create a blank role for you to configure. Click Continue.

 

 

3. Set up the role as you would like it to be set up, adding a short name and full name to the role that will make sense for your workflow.  The Context types for the role should be set to Course and Activity Module.​

 

4. Fill in the rest of the settings where appropriate until you reach Activity: Turnitin Assignment 2

 

 

Teacher

Settings for a teacher, or anyone who you want to be able to grade student work, should be set as shown in the table below. 

 

Add Turnitin Tool Activity Allow
Grade Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow
Read Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow
Submit Turnitin Tool Assignments Don't Set (Optional)
View Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow

Once you have finished configuring settings for this role click 'Create this Role' at the bottom of the page.

Student

 

Settings for a student should be set as shown in the table below.

 

Add Turnitin Tool Activity Don't Set
Grade Turnitin Tool Assignments Don't Set
Read Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow
Submit Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow
View Turnitin Tool Assignments Allow

Once you have finished configuring settings for this role click 'Create this Role' at the bottom of the page.

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16:32, 15 Dec 2014

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