Information about the process of creating course spaces in Learn.
Learn supports automated course creation from EUCLID, or you can request that a course be manually created if you have different requirements.
Essentially there are 2 types of course. Those which have been automatically created and managed via the EUCLID student records management system, and those that are created manually within Learn to meet a more specific approach for course delivery.
Creating Learn Courses
Self Enrol Courses
Generally it is only possible to view course materials if you have been enrolled into the course with one of the specific roles available. When you are developing your courses it is possible to hide the course from students until you are ready to make it available..
For detailed instructions see:
You can also hide individual items, such as tools, folders, or single items of content within your course. These can be made available / unavailable, or set for date release, or for other conditions.
It is not possible for you to delete your course. If you no longer wish to use your course its visibility can be changed to unavailable.
If you no longer wish to be enrolled on a course that you are an Instructor on, you should ask a fellow instructor on that course to set your availability to "No". You can also choose to hide your course in your course view options.
Historical access to courses
The majority of courses in Learn will be created annually to reflect the academic year structure. Students and Instructors remain enrolled in courses that they were previously enrolled in, and the courses will be accessible via your course list on the My Learn homepage. You can filter and change your preferences for how the courses from previous sessions are displayed.
Please note that the course list displayed on the MyED portal will only display courses available in the current academic session.
The common roles that are given to people in a course are:
A student has the ability to view content that has been made available to them and can take part within the course activities and assignments. Students are the only role that appear in the Grade Centre and are the only roles that course data is collected on.
An instructor has full management controls of the course including the ability to edit course pages and resources. Instructors can also view the Grade Centre, Course Reports, and key course settings for managing how the course is delivered.
There are other roles available in Learn. If you want to know more, please contact us via the IS Helpline.