MyCourses workspaces are open access by default.
The user must have a role in a workspace in order to participate in activities (discussions, assignments).
Roles in a MyCourses workspace are usually Oodi-based (i.e., automatic). Roles can be assigned also manually or, in some cases, by self-enrolment.
Teachers can see Participants listed, along with their roles, groups they belong to, and last access time.
Access to workspaces can be restricted (Read more).
- A guest is a non-logged-in user.
- A guest has no role in a workspace.
- By default, guests have a read-only access to workspaces.
Aalto / HAKA logged-in user
- An Aalto or a HAKA-logged-in user has access to all workspaces and to non-restricted materials.
MyCourses workspace roles
- A student can participate in activities, such as submit assignments and take part in discussions.
- The student role becomes inactive if the course registration in Oodi is rejected or cancelled, or if the student archives his or her course registration in Oodi.
- A teacher can edit the workspace and give grades to submitted course work.
- The teacher´s role is based on his or her course roles in Oodi (teacher-in-charge/vastuuopettaja, lecturer/luennoitsija, exercise group leader/harjoitustöiden pitäjä).
- In this role, the teacher can grade assignments but cannot edit the workspace.
- This role is like that of a teacher, but the workspace assistant's name is not visible to students.
- The workspace assistant´s role is based on the course role in Oodi (officer/virkailija).
- A category assistant has editing access to all category courses (at the school or department level).
- The role is granted on request by a school or department leader (more information in Finnish). The role is intended for service personnel who may be responsible for supporting course activities.
External (not HAKA or Aalto) users are not allowed to have a role in MyCourses workspace.
Faculty members, who wish to invite, for example, their foreign colleagues to the workspace, can request a Visitor Account for them. More information (requires an Aalto-login).