Common Questions about Enrolling Others (click a question to view the answer):
It depends. If the student should be a student of record in the course, then no, please don't enroll the student in the course. Rather, contact the registrar's office and/or check VitNet Self-Service. Student enrollments via the registrar can take up to a day to reflect enrollment in Moodle. If they don't appear in Moodle after a day, then email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
If you have a student tutor or non-recorded student to enroll, then yes, you can enroll them.
If the other instructor is NOT an instructor of record for the course, then yes, you can enroll them. Similar to students, if the instructor is an instructor of record, they should be enrolled via the registrar's office. If they don't appear in Moodle a day after being added via the registrar, then email email@example.com.
You can enroll tutors, instructors, and students who are NOT participants of record for the course.
You can, but you shouldn't need to. All program leads and department chairs should be able to see courses for the area they oversee. If they cannot, they should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need to change a student's group,
Note: The attendance tool in Moodle can be set up for ALL of your meeting dates/times in Moodle (you do not have to set up an activity each time you want to take attendance. Read through the guide or watch the video for more information.
When you import: When you want to move class resources and activities from a class currently in Moodle (generally the current and within the past two academic years.
When you back up: At least twice a semester and at the end of the course. Keep only the newest copy. Backups are useful for classes you teach less than once a year. If you want to keep a back up for a future import (for content), be sure to download the backup file (.mbz) without opening it, to your computer.
When you restore: When a class is not currently in Moodle (the current and past two semesters) and you want to reuse course content from a backup.