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Mentor Role

The Mentor role is a custom add-on developed to allow a given individual access to the results of another group of individuals’ scores on activities (quizzes, assignments, etc.). It is meant to be used in conjunction with course Groups, though it can be assigned without that (in which case, the mentor would see scores for all participants). It should be assigned at Course Level to the person or persons who need this functionality.

Note: contact info@educadium if you want to add this role to your campus or if you want to discuss the creation of a different custom role.


Before You Begin

  • Login to your EasyCampus as an admin.
  • Click the name of the course in which you want to assign mentors,

Begin

  • Find the Administration block within the course and then click Assign roles.
Assign Roles
  • Click Mentor at the bottom of the form. The screen will change so you can assign a user to this role. Click a name (or names) in the left column and then click the Add button in the center.
Adding a User to a Role
  • Return to the course and find the Administration menu again. This time, choose Groups. Determine if you want to add the mentor to an existing group or create a new group, for example, a group containing just one student and just one mentor.

If you need to create a New Group:

  • Click the Create Group button.
  • Fill in the Group form and then click Save Changes. The new group will display in the Groups list on the left side of the Groups page.
  • Add a student or students to the new group, as needed.
  • Click the name of the group to which you want to add the mentor and then click the Show Members for Group button.

Adding members to groups
  • Under the box on the right, click the Add/Remove Users button.
Adding members to groups
  • In the box on the right, click the name of the mentor you want to assign to this group and then click the Add button.
Adding a mentor to an existing group
  • If you want to continue assigning members and mentors to groups, click the Back to Groups button and use the same method to do this. Otherwise, you can return to the course and begin normal work.

Note: the following page is for Mentors and can be printed separately as a handout.