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==Enrolment plugins==
 
==Enrolment plugins==
  
Moodle provides a number of ways of [[Enrolment plugins|managing course enrolment]], called ''enrolment plugins''. Click the links below for further information.
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Moodle provides a number of ways of managing course enrolment, called ''enrolment plugins''. Click the links below for further information.
  
 
* [[Manual enrolment]] - the administrator or course teacher adds users manually
 
* [[Manual enrolment]] - the administrator or course teacher adds users manually
 
* [[Self enrolment]] - a user can choose to enrol him/herself into a course
 
* [[Self enrolment]] - a user can choose to enrol him/herself into a course
 
* [[Course meta link]] - users enrolled in other courses are given automatic access
 
* [[Course meta link]] - users enrolled in other courses are given automatic access
* [[Guest access]] - users can view course materials but not participate
 
 
In addition, the [[Publish as LTI tool]] enrolment plugin, together with the LTI authentication plugin, allows remote users on a different site to access selected courses and activities.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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[[Category:Enrolment]]
 
[[Category:Enrolment]]
 
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[[Category:Moodle 2018-19]]
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Latest revision as of 09:53, 7 August 2020

Enrolment, or 'enrollment', is the process of marking users as participants in the course, that includes both students and teachers. At the same time users are usually give a role in the course which specifies what they are allowed to do.

Enrolment plugins

Moodle provides a number of ways of managing course enrolment, called enrolment plugins. Click the links below for further information.

See also