Introducing Course Lock: A New Feature to Manage Course Access
By Kristin Powers
February 10, 2021
CourseTune New Feature

You’ve taken the time to create a process for editing your curriculum. You want to share it with the world, but you also want to be sure that no one changes it. Enter Course Lock in CourseTune v2.0.

Course Lock allows you to manage when people can access specific courses. It also allows you to limit what your assigned team can change. Course Lock allows you to manage who can change your courses in CourseTune

Course Lock is especially handy when you are preparing for an audit. You can use Course Lock to, well, lock the course down so no one can make any changes.

If you’ve engaged Course Lock, your non-admin user roles can do the following:

  • Viewers – can perform the same actions as on an unlocked course.
  • Commenters – can perform the same actions as on an unlocked course.
  • Editors – can do the usual commenting, add, edit, and complete tasks on the task list, but cannot edit the course elements or course mappings.
  • Managers – can do the usual commenting and management of tasks and can manage role access to the course (like usual) but cannot edit the course elements or course mappings.

Learn more about Course Lock and see it in action in the help article.

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