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Multiple Teacher Accounts

Posted by David Brannan on Nov 3, 2011 at 5:41 PM

With Exam Professor’s pro, business, and ultimate plans you can add additional teachers to your account. This article will explain how Exam Professor handles the permissions for these teachers, and outlines best practices for managing your data.

Exam Professor allows for three different teacher accounts.

 

Account Owner

The account owner can view, add, edit, delete, activate, deactivate, and reset everything for all teachers. The account is really the “super-admin” of the account.

Full access to:

  • Account settings
  • Statements
  • Reports
  • Classes
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Exams
  • Questions
  • Enrollments

 

Student Manager

A student manager can view, add, edit, delete, activate, and deactivate students. This account is the “student-manager” account.

No access to:

  • Account settings
  • Statements

Full access to:

  • Students

Limited access to:

  • Reports - admin to their own graded student exams
  • Classes - admin to the classes they create
  • Exams - admin to the exams they create
  • Questions - admin to their own questions and answers
  • Enrollment - admin to their own enrollments

 

Caution

If the account owner and/or a teacher with student management privileges deletes a student, it will erase all associated data for that student including any data generated or used by other teachers.

 

Standard Teacher

A standard teacher can view, add, edit, delete, activate, deactivate, and reset their own reports, classes, exams, questions, and enrollment. This account cannot view, add, edit, or delete students, or access other teacher's data.

No access to:

  • Account settings
  • Statements
  • Students

Limited access to:

  • Reports - admin to their own graded student exams
  • Classes - admin to the classes they create
  • Exams - admin to the exams they create
  • Questions - admin to their own questions and answers
  • Enrollment - admin to their own enrollments


Best practices

It is recommended that teachers at any level never share their login information with each other.

 


2 Comments

Curtis Vincent

Curtis Vincent wrote on 09/02/16 8:11 AM

Thanks for the response. How do I adjust my teacher accounts to make them Account Owners?

David Brannan

David Brannan wrote on 09/02/16 1:29 PM

The account owner can update their account information by logging in, going to the start menu, clicking on settings, and then selecting the owner tab. There you can change the first name, last name, email, and password for the account owner.


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