Feature #6777

Teacher can create learners and sessions to register them into a session

Added by Eric Petitdemange over 7 years ago. Updated almost 5 years ago.

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So far I saw the CSV import capability for a teacher (I have to test this though) so I think it is a way to create new users. However, would it be possible to have the capability for a teacher to :
- create sessions
- create new user using graphical interface

Obviously without having the administration rights :)



Updated by Eric Petitdemange about 7 years ago

I saw "session Admin test" that just came.
I don't really understand how it works, but I think it'll be a good way to use it so the teacher could have a session admin rights.
How I see the thing:
When you select a teacher in this section, then the teacher inheritates the same right as "session admin", He therefore could create sessions and users.

So far, He only can register users and I think it is a bit too complicated.
The way I was able to do it was (sorry I'll use the french menus) :
1- Go to "Suivi"
2- Scroll up to the session (it cans be a nightmare if we have hundreds of them)
3- Click on "Détails" - here you can import a CSV, but inactive if the student is already registered into the platform (which is the case during my test)
4- click on "Détails" nearby the course name
5- Click on the name of the session located near the house icon
6- click on "Utilisateurs"
Now you can register an existing student.

Having the same rights as Session admin would do the following process:
1- Go to "Administration"
2- In session section list them (or search for the session)
3- Edit the session and add the users

In the meantime teacher would be able to create session (and with the correct rights be able to see all existing sessions if the session admin or admin of the platform added him as a coach).

I hope this helps :)


Updated by Yannick Warnier almost 7 years ago

  • Category set to Sessions
  • Target version set to 2.0

Updated by Yannick Warnier almost 5 years ago

  • Target version changed from 2.0 to 3.0

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