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Re: User roles and UI

Authorship and teaching are different things. Author must not control
what happens to his UMOs after they  published.  It is our general
policy that there is only one thing  an author  gets for sure: it is
reference. When we talk about "certain access to what students of the
course are doing" we talk about administrative tools. They belong to a
teacher when it comes to teaching, that's it.

Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh wrote:
> Anatoly Volynets wrote:
>> Thus far I understood it that any person can be a teacher if he wants
>> to. He takes or compiles a course to teach for money or for free,
>> organizes his own audience/clientèle/study group/etc. and does teaching
>> using all teaching tools in his possession within UU (not many of them
>> as of today)
> Anyone can make his own course, and being author within it, he can
> mark himself as a teacher, and teach it. However, considering that
> being teacher grants certain access to what students of the course
> are doing, we don't want to give anyone that access - it has to be
> controlled by author.

Anatoly Volynets, Co-Founder

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