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What are the roles and permissions?

There are various roles, each with unique levels of permissions and report access as described below. To understand how roles can be meaningful, it’s first important to understand how survey responses are organized and grouped into reports.


How are survey responses organized and reported? 

Class

A Class is a group of students who learn together over an academic term. Each Class gets its own Class Report. 

Roster

A Roster is a list of students associated with a Class. Each student is identified by a Roster ID that is usually a school email address.

Community

A Community is a group of Classes that are managed together. Results from all of the Classes in a Community are pooled together in a Community Report. Learn more about Communities.

Network

A Network is a group of Communities. This advanced feature is not relevant to most users. If interested, you can learn more about Networks

What are different roles? 

Class Lead

Class Leads are usually instructors who oversee Classes. 

Community Lead

Community Leads oversee and support implementation across a Community. Typically, a Community Lead is an instructional leader, an enthusiastic instructor, or an administrator who is committed to creating a strong community of practice. 

Community Member

A Community Member is usually an instructor or stakeholder who has been invited to a Community. 

☝ If a Class is added to multiple Communities, the Class Lead(s) automatically become Community Members in each of those Communities.

Summary Table



Class

Lead

Community Member

Community Lead

Class

View Class Reports

Edit Class Settings

Add & Remove Class Leads

Edit Rosters

View Participation by Student

Community

View Community Reports

NA

View Community Members

NA

View List of Classes

NA

View Participation Rate by Class

NA

Create Class in Community

NA

Add Community Members

NA

Add Community Leads

NA

Remove Community Members

NA




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