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    Moodle - Picking who are enrolled on a course

    Hi,

    I would like the ability to only allow year 9 into a course. I dont want to use an enrolment key

    All my Year 9's are in a group. How can i manually enrol users in a course?
    What permissions can i set on a course to only allow users in one group to view the course?

    Thanks

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    Add the students to the course then allow the course to be unenrolable. Then only the Year 9's you want will have access and there will be no key!
    Boom.

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    Yer, thats what i am talking about but how do you do it?

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    go into the course and then go to course admin>assign roles and click on student. Then select and move with the arrow the students from the right (potential ) to the left (exisiting). If your users are identified with, say, a year in our username (as ours are) that makes it easier. Alternatively you can upload a flat file with the students straight into that group but I have always found it just as quick to do it manually (ie, get our apprentice to do it manually) Then I've blocked the course off with an enrolment key - or previous poster suggests, make it unenrollable.

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    Im going to make it unenrollable, if i do this with yoursteps will it allow only the students i select?

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    Should do. Once you have enrolled those students into it then if you make it unenrollable then other students won't be able to enrol.

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