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User Roles in Edmentum Courseware

There are four roles that a user can have in Edmentum Courseware. The role of Learner, Instructor, Instructor with Program Administrator rights, and Account Administrator. For more information on these roles please review the Edmentum Courseware User Guide. View the Courseware Roles/Responsibility Chart below:clipboard_ea1a4c6f5fba7c22d450b8e61d29b1a54.png

Explanation

Account Administrators can give Instructors certain administrator right's. Program Admin rights are flexible and allow the Act Admin to give different levels of access by Program via Admin Center>Users.

Account Administrator:

Administration Center

  • Create Programs
  • Create other Account Administrators
  • Create Instructors with Program Rights
  • Create Instructors & Learners
  • Access to Edmentum Courseware
  • Create Classes and Assign Content
  • Build Custom Content
  • View Curriculum Reports for own Class
  • Browse Curriculum
  • Create Announcements
  • View and Configure Settings

Program Administrator

The Account Administrator can grant this role to any instructor in the Courseware program. A Program Administrator oversees program-level implementations, including:

  • Account Administration
  • Create Instructors & Learners
  • Access to Edmentum Courseware
  • Create Classes and Assign Content
  • Build Custom Content
  • View Curriculum Reports for Own Classes
  • View Program Wide Curriculum and System Reports
  • Browse Curriculum
  • Create Announcements

Instructor

  • Access to Edmentum Courseware
  • View Curriculum Reports for own Classes
  • Browse Curriculum
  • Add Learners to Classes

*with additional controls instructors can be granted the ability to create classes.
Default setting is Program/Account Admin creates classes for instructors; these classes can then be managed by Instructor.  

View a breakdown of the permissions/functions of each role here. 


Read-Only Roles give insight into student progress to educators who may not need access to all the functions within Courseware.
Unlike traditional Program Administrator and Instructor roles, they will only be able to view results; not make changes.

Read-Only Program Administrator:

  • Can view all students in the assigned programs(s) and run reports.
  • Cannot take actions on students or course sections.
  • Ideal for counselors, assistant principals or principals, paraprofessionals, and program auditors.

*Only account administrators can create read-only program administrators. Once this role is assigned, it CANNOT be changed to another user role (such as instructor or regular program administrator).

Read-Only Instructor:

  • Can only view students in assigned course sections and run reports.
  • Cannot take actions on students or course sections.
  • Ideal for any educator who only needs access to specific course sections.

*Note: Unlike other user roles, read-only roles CANNOT be switched to other roles. If an educator is assigned a read-only account for one program but needs instructor access for another program, this individual will need two separate accounts.

 

Refer to Administration Center for information about managing user roles.

 


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