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Re: User roles and UI

What happens if someone signs up for a course as a teacher
and messes up results of people's solutions for human-controlled

Anatoly Volynets wrote:
> 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.

Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
Total Knowledge. CTO

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