There are two types of access levels in Clui:
- Learning space access level - Determines the permissions and abilities users have within a learning space.
- Group access Level - Determines the permissions and abilities users have within a group.
For each access level, there are two default permission sets:
- Learner - Enables the user to perform only learning activities (such as completing a course) within the learning space or group.
- Administrator - Enables the user to perform administrative tasks (such as managing people) in addition to learning activities within the learning space or group.
Note: You can create additional access levels as required. For example, in some learning spaces, it may make sense to have a learning space access level with a name such as 'Report viewer' where users don't have full administrative access but can view reports.
Most users only need a learning space access level of ‘Learner’ and, if they belong to any groups, a group access level of ‘Learner’.
Users who need to perform administrative tasks on a learning space level (such as creating or managing courses or reports) require a learning space access level of ‘Administrator’. Similarly, users who need to perform administrative tasks for a group (such as checking enrolment statuses) require a group access level of ‘Administrator’.
For more information see 'Setting access levels for users in your learning space' and 'Creating new learning space or group access levels'.