What are user roles and permissions in Practice?

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Users are assigned roles at two different levels: the group level and the organization level. Each role has its own set of permissions that govern what the user role can and cannot do. With the exception of the organization admin (admin), a user can assume different roles in different groups. For example, a learner in one group can be an instructor in a separate group. 

 The organization-level roles are member, coordinator, author, and admin. The group-level roles are learner, reviewer, and instructor. Admins can change the group- and organization-level role of all users in an organization.

Note: Admins cannot change their own role.

Organization Level

Admins

  • Set the organization’s membership approval settings
  • Access all exercises, content modules, and groups within an organization
  • Create groups
  • Create and edit content modules
  • Create and edit competencies
  • Invite users at all levels
  • Change the group- and organization-level role of all users in an organization

Authors

  • Access all content modules within an organization
  • Create, edit, archive, delete, or copy groups of their own
  • Create and edit all content modules in an organization

Coordinators

  • Create content modules in the library
  • Edit content modules that they created    
  • Create and edit groups

Members

  • Can be added to a group
  • Cannot access the library

Group Level

Instructors

  • Create (if they are also an organization-level coordinator) and edit groups
  • View and assess learner submissions
  • Assign and configure exercises
  • Email a learner

Reviewers

  • View and assess learner submissions within groups they belong to
  • Email a learner

Learners

  • Participate in exercises
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