Audience: Franklin University BlueQuill users seeking information about role permissions in specific BlueQuill courses and BlueQuill in general.
Disclaimer: The role permissions can vary per institution, so for non-Franklin institutions, these permissions may vary. There are also some roles that exist for Franklin users only.
In this article:
Role Permissions Overview
There are two different types of role based permissions within BlueQuill. The first one is course level permissions. When a user requires access to either a single course or a set of courses (also known as JumpTo access), they can be given access, but with a certain role to restrict permissions. See our article on the Course Permissions Tool for more information. The other type of role permissions is a user's role within BlueQuill itself. This role will change how BlueQuill displays for the user and which tools they can access.
Course Permissions Roles Chart
If a user is given JumpTo access to a course, or a set of course, then they can be given certain roles per course to restrict access levels. At the bottom of this article is a downloadable chart explaining the roles and permission levels found within the course permissions tool
BlueQuill Roles Permissions Chart
If a new user is created or an existing user requires a different level of access, there are different roles that can be given within BlueQuill to offer more or less user access. At the bottom of this article is a downloadable chart showing the different permission levels for each role within BlueQuill.