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Groups

A group is collection of users that may, for example, all be enrolled in a course at one time.

A user may be a member of more than one group. If a user is a member of more than one group, and one or more of those groups are enrolled in the same course, then the settings for the course the user is enrolled in will reflect the last time the user's enrollment in that course was set/changed. So if one group is enrolled in a course with one setting and then another group is subsequently enrolled in the same course then those settings (for the users in both groups enrolled in the same course) will prevail.

Note:

 

  1. Create a new group
    • Creates a new collection of users. Any action on a group affects all the members of the group.
  2. Add/Remove users from a group
    • Here you may add new members to an existing group (any new members are automatically enrolled into all the courses the group is enrolled in) or remove members from an existing group.
  3. Delete a group
    • This deletes the group and all users in the group. Note that groups and users (and any related data) are completed deleted from Comet. If you want to keep your users then you must remove them from the group before deleting the group.
  4. Enroll all group members in a course
    • All the members in a group are all enrolled into a course.
  5. Edit a group's course enrolment
    • Edit the settings relating to the group's course enrolment.
  6. Remove all group members from a course
    • All the members in a group are no longer enrolled in a course.
      Any data relating to the group and the course is deleted.
  7. Associate group to an external activity
    • All the members in a group are associated to an external activity.
  8. Dissociate group from an external activity
    • All the members in a group are no longer associated to the external activity.
      Any data relating to the group and the external activity is deleted.

 

 

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